The Week in Wake: June 15

Chris Paul - USA TODAY Sports

A collection of clippings from around the web about what happened this week in Tie Dye Nation.

Two Demon Deacons selected in MLB draft | Old Gold & Black

Pat Blair and Niko Spezial were selected in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft. Justin Van Grouw signed a free agent contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Wake Forest Adds Will Murphy to Basketball Staff - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics

Recently-graduated former student manager and walk-on Will Murphy has joined the Deacs as the team's video coordinator.

Path to the Draft: No. 9 Wake Forest - Men's College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN

Part of Eamonn Brennan's ongoing "Path to the Draft" series, Wake Forest is listed as the ninth-best school for getting players to the NBA. Hint: He talks about Tim Duncan a lot, and why shouldn't he?

Will the Demon Deacons ever wake back up? -- college basketball - ESPN

Brennan wasn't finished talking about the Deacs, addressing the current state of Wake Forest basketball as it heads in to year four of the Jeff Bzdelik era. BSD's John Mundy, a longtime resident of Winston-Salem, gave his personal opinion on what has happened and what he thinks it will take to get the Deacs back on track.

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