Basketball Bulldogs play on road for first time
Mississippi State men's basketball coach Rick Ray, left, has a discussion with an official. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)
Through three games this season, the Mississippi State Bulldogs have yet to be challenged.
That all changes tonight.
Coach Rick Ray has taken his Bulldogs (3-0) west to Logan, Utah, as they take on the Utah State Aggies (3-0). Tipoff is set for 8 p.m.
It is the first road game of the season for MSU. The Bulldogs won just two true road games last season, and none against non-conference opponents.
"I don't know if this is a big thing or not, but I don't ever worry about road games," Ray said after the Bulldogs 94-72 win over Mississippi Valley State on Tuesday. "If you start talking to guys about the difference between playing at home and playing on the road, then they start thinking that. It's still 94 feet, (and) it's still 10 feet. It's basketball. (You) just go play."
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