One of the nation's best basketball team's resides in Welsh Ryan Arena and it's coached by Joe McKeown
Northwestern Women's Basketball is coming off one of its most successful years ever. What will the team look like in the 2015-16 season?
How will Chris Collins adjust his rotation to account for the loss of Vic Law?
The regular season is about to begin; what should we be focused on heading into the new campaign?
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The Cavaliers looked a lot like Northwestern in Tony Bennett's first two years at the helm.
Collins sat down with Inside NU for a two-part Q&A to discuss his outlook for the team this season, his ties to Northwestern and more.
#TreDempsClutchGene is just part of what makes Demps Northwestern's best player.
Look for Collins to have his team rearing to go.
The one player whose progress could have the most impact on Northwestern's season.
Yes. But it won't be easy.
The senior center will need to have his best season in order for the Wildcats to make the Big Dance.
The catalyst for Northwestern's offense, Bryant McIntosh could make a leap as a scorer.
Northwestern's top recruit is money from downtown, and will see playing time right away.
Chris Collins is expecting big things from this young, athletic playmaker on the wing and if the results in Spain are anything to go on, Scottie Lindsey is ready to deliver.
Northwestern's "do everything player," that "glue guy" coaches and stereotypes love.
Northwestern's best returning three-point shooter.
The in-state lefty can attack the bucket or knock down the deep ball
The transfer from Virginia Tech provides the Wildcats with much-needed size and frontcourt depth.
A long-armed big, who has the physical tools to be an impact player down the road.
In-depth previews of Northwestern's 12 scholarship players.
Last year, Skelly provided coach Chris Collins' with a high-energy guy off the bench; look for more of the same this year unless Skelly can develop an offensive game.