By Ari WassermanBuckeyeSports.com
LOS ANGELES, CA - One of the most iconic teams in the history of Ohio States basketball program could have instead been known as great underachievers.
And it would have been because of Sean Miller.
As it stands, the 2006-07 Ohio State team led by eventual first-round NBA Draft selections Greg Oden and Mike Conley Jr. will forever live in Buckeye lore as a team that came within one game of winning the programs first national championship since 1960.
But before Thad Mattas first Final Four team at Ohio State made it to college basketballs biggest stage, the No. 1-seeded Buckeyes almost didnt get out of the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament.
Facing Millers No. 9-seeded Xavier, Ohio State needed a long three-pointer from Ron Lewis at the end of regulation to force overtime. Ohio State won 78-71 in OT, eventually reaching the national championship game before falling to Florida.
I really thought it was going to be Greg Odens last game, Miller, now t...