Just two short weeks ago, the Alabama Crimson Tide were firmly in the NCAA Tournament field.

Since then, the Tide have lost three-straight games and have fallen off the bubble. Now, they’re the No. 10 seed in the SEC Tournament and face a tough matchup against Ole Miss on Thursday.

During a media call on Wednesday, ESPN bracketology expert Joe Lunardi said he thinks Alabama needs two wins in Nashville to get back into the NCAA tourney conversation:

The problem? If Alabama manages to beat Ole Miss, the Tide will have to face No. 2 seed Kentucky on Friday. That won’t be an easy game.

However, if they do advance to meet the Wildcats, a win there could clinch a spot in the tourney field.