It has been 27 years since the last time any Arkansas fan has called the hogs at a Razorbacks Final Four game.
The last time Arkansas basketball was in the Final Four, it was played in a dome stadium that would be torn down five years later against a Dean Smith-coached UNC team whose star player now coaches Vanderbilt.
Let's take a look.
Arkansas basketball's last Final Four appearance
When? April 1995
Where? Kingdome in Seattle, Washington
The notables on the team: Coach Nolan Richardson, forwards Corliss Williamson (SEC Player of the Year, Second Team All-America) and Scotty Thurman (First Team All-SEC, AP Honorable Mention All-America)
How did the Razorbacks get there? A 27-6 regular season produced a 2-seed for the defending national champions. The Razorbacks then survived an eventful first two weekends of the tournament, including:
How did they do in the Final Four? A 75-68 win over North Carolina set up Arkansas vs. UCLA. Those Bruins were a 1-seed, and survived a second round scare against Missouri. (Tyus Edney's buzzer-beating shot to beat the Tigers gave him a spot in March Madness lore.) UCLA won 89-78 over Arkansas in the national title game, ending the Razorbacks' hopes at a repeat.
The closest Arkansas has been to going back? This season and last. Arkansas had not returned to the Elite Eight since 1995 before last season's loss to eventual champions Baylor. The Razorbacks return to that stage on Saturday against Duke.
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