Matt Painter has consistently produced strong seasons and impressive seeding placement while leading Purdue. Unfortunately, deep success in March has not been achieved, and that troublesome narrative resurfaced once again.

On Friday, the Boilermakers suffered one of the most stunning losses in program history, getting upset by No. 16 seed Fairleigh Dickinson. In the process, Purdue became just the second No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed in the history of the NCAA Tournament.

That loss alone is bound to bring any head coach scrutiny, but it is not the first disastrous loss for Painter in March Madness. Last season, the Boilermakers lost to 15-seed Saint Peter’s (albeit in the Sweet 16), and the year before Purdue lost to 13-seed North Texas in a first-round stunner.

After 3 straight losses in the NCAA Tournament to double-digit seeds, Painter’s performance in March was on full display across social media: