Maryland also made Lunardi’s projected field, as a No. 11 seed, but with a more tenuous grasp on its bid. The Terps are the third-to-last team in, ahead of Butler, which they beat at home, and Boise State. The Bulldogs (No. 38 RPI) are the only top-50 win on Maryland’s résumé — they’re also the only top-150 win — and Lunardi has the teams meeting again in a “First Four” game in Dayton, Ohio, with the winner advancing to face No. 6 seed Arkansas in Pittsburgh.