EVANSTON, Ill. -- Chris Collins says he's ready to put his own stamp on a program and vows to build a winner at Northwestern.
He also insisted the potential to succeed is there despite the outdated facilities and high academic standards.
With his dad Doug watching from the front row, Collins said he's "not afraid of the work that needs to be done."
The school hired Collins last week, hoping he can lead the Wildcats to the NCAA tournament and into the upper echelon of the Big Ten. He replaces Bill Carmody.