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Dayton's Morgan Miller is hot coach's wife of this year's NCAA tournament

Archie Miller's wife, Morgan Miller, was featured prominently during Dayton's win over Syracuse on Saturday in various states of anxiety.

Morgan Miller Morgan Miller captured the nation's attention as her husband's Dayton Flyers knocked off the 'Cuse.

A national audience was introduced to Florida Gulf Coast, head coach Andy Enfield and — most importantly — Enfield's wife, Amanda, during last year's NCAA tournament. Amanda, a former model for Maxim and Stuff magazines, proved to be just as captivating as 15-seed FGCU's run to the Sweet 16.

Well, we've got a new Cinderella in 2014, and a matching smoking hot wife to go along with it.

The No. 11-seeded Dayton Flyers have knocked off basketball superpowers Ohio State and Syracuse in their first two games — and introduced us to head coach Archie Miller's wife, Morgan.

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Morgan Miller — not to be confused with the model wife of skier Bode Miller — was featured prominently during Dayton's win over Syracuse on Saturday in various states of anxiety.

It didn't hurt that she was wearing a "Dayton High Life" shirt either — a play off her and her husband's last name. She's been answering questions from Dayton fans about where to get the shirts — she had them specially made — on her Twitter account, @BballWife4Life, repeatedly over the last 24 hours.

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That's her in the black and white suit last year in Maui.

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And her on the left after a game.

She actually looks like a hotter version of Rachael Ray if you look at her long enough. (That isn't a problem, by the way.)

It was a good weekend (and season) for the Miller family in general, as Sean Miller, Archie's older brother, led No. 1 seed Arizona to the third round and a Round of 32 matchup with Gonzaga.

It won't be long before Archie goes the way of Andy Enfield — who went to coach USC this offseason — by trading up for a BCS-level job.

Follow Metro New York Sports Editor Mark Osborne on Twitter @MetroNYSports. It pays to be a basketball player in your younger days, I guess.

 
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