Lights head to north to Canadian tourney
It's not the Pythagorean theorem or the quadratic equation, it's much simpler math than that.
Call it the "basketball team on the road" formula. It's pretty simple: teams on the road in basketball must be 10 points better than their opponents.
At least that's what Montana State University-Northern men's basketball coach calculates with his team opening the University of Lethbridge National Invitational tournament today with a game against the host Pronghorns.
"I kind of follow that old rule of being 10 points better on the road," Huse said. "There's just so many factors that go into getting...