Notre Dame is still a No. 9 seed in Joe Lunardi’s latest bracketology projection, which was updated on Tuesday morning.

The Fighting Irish didn’t lose any ground despite falling to Wake Forest over the weekend. Notre Dame seems to be safely in the Field of 64 despite a slow start to the season.

The loss was just their third since Christmas, and it’s hardly a bad loss — the Demon Deacons are now 21-7 on the season and are also projected to be a No. 9-seed.

Per Lunardi’s bracket, Notre Dame would face No. 8-seeded Colorado State in a first-round matchup. The Rams have put together a good résumé in the loaded Mountain West Conference — they’re 9-3 vs. Quad 1 and Quad 2 opposition this season.

If Notre Dame were to win that game, it would likely face No. 1-seeded Gonzaga in the second round. The Fighting Irish and Bulldogs have met twice previously, with each team winning one game. The last meeting came in 2011 — a game Gonzaga won 73-53 on its home floor.

Notre Dame faces Syracuse at home on Wednesday.