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Looking Ahead to 2016

With 2015 in the books, we take a look at some questions heading into 2016, and take a look at tonight's game against the Longhorns.

Can Alex Delton take the reigns of the Wildcat offense in 2016?
Can Alex Delton take the reigns of the Wildcat offense in 2016?
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Today's theme is all about looking ahead. First, to the men's basketball game tonight, and if it can serve as a catalyst to propel this team towards competitive Big 12 play. Secondly, to the 2016 football season, and what it will take to rebuild a struggling offense.

Cody Whitehair's best memory from 2015? Remembering how this team fought through adversity time after time.(Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

With 2015 in the books, it's time to turn our attention to 2016. And in 2016, 5 questions loom large for the Kansas State Wildcats. (Jake Trotter,

Coming off a heartbreaking double OT loss to West Virginia, Kansas State must now travel to Austin for it's first road test of the Big 12 season. (Kellis Robinett, KC star)

Our fellow SBNation blog, Burnt Orange Nation previews tonight's game from the Longhorn perspective. The good news for the Wildcats is the absence of Cameron Ridley for the Longhorns. The bad news is that Isaiah Taylor still captains the Longhorn ship, and could give the 'Cats a fit on the perimeter. (Cody Daniel, Burnt Orange Nation)