BOISE -- The Boise State men's basketball team has had its fair share of travel headaches.
A winter storm caused flight delays and lost luggage during the team's trip to Kentucky. They ran into travel headaches again -- this time on the trip to New Mexico.
The team had a delayed flight and was rerouted to Santa Fe, and had to take a bus to Albuquerque.
It's an unexpected obstacle, as the Broncos get ready to take on one of the best teams in the Mountain West.
BSU Men's Basketball head coach Leon Rice said the team would need a "steely resolve," to prepare for the challenge.
"It's a huge challenge, as everyone knows, it's probably one of the toughest, historically toughtest places to play on the West Coast," Rice said.
"They're a big, solid team," said junior forward and team standout Derrick Marks.