With 21 seconds remaining in a three-point game, Mark Lyons came flying down the court with intentions of cutting Ohio State's lead to one.
LaQuinton Ross had other ideas.
Ross rose up for a monster block, but instead committed one of the most bone-headed fouls I've ever seen. Lyons made the lay-up and went on to sink the free throw to tie the game.
It didn't phase Ross in the least, as he drained a three-pointer with two seconds remaining to give the Buckeyes the win.
If that doesn't sum up LaQuinton Ross' season in a span of 19 seconds, I'm not sure what does. He has shown such promise all season, but has spent more time on the bench than on the court because of hideous turnovers and stupid fouls.
However, on this one night there's no denying that he was the hero. In 18 minutes of action, Ross scored 17 points. Aside from an errant Aaron Craft lay-up in the final 30 seconds, Ross was the only Buckeye to register a field-goal attempt in the final 8:23 of the game. During that stretch, he shot 4-of-6 and single-handedly kept his team in line for a trip to the Elite Eight.