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8.21.14 Daily Deac Links

The 8.21.14 edition of the Daily Deac Links

Wake freshmen expected to play in next week's opener - Winston-Salem Journal: Wake Forest Football

At least nine players from Wake Forest’s freshman class will fly to Louisiana-Monroe for next week’s opener fully expecting to play. The nine who have been told they'll play this season are: QB John Wolford, running backs Isaiah Robinson and Tyler Henderson, center A'Lique Terry, tight end Devin Pike, defensive tackle Zeke Rodney, linebacker Jaboree Williams, cornerback Thomas Dillon, and kicker Adam Centers.

ULM studies new Wake Forest coach and true freshman QB

The Warhawks can only do so much planning against the Demon Deacons with first-year coach and quarterback.

Wake Forest Basketball Recruiting: 2015 Recruiting Update - Blogger So Dear

Our very own Thomas Eames had a great 2015 Basketball Recruiting Update.

Dave Clawson now serving Wake Forest - ACC Blog - ESPN

Dave Clawson needed just a few weeks to earn his next promotion, at 26 years old. His responsibilities were growing, his pay was increasing and, with a master's degree in hand, he was on the fast track to success, just like the rest of his college buddies.

Women's Soccer Ranked No. 14 by Soccer America - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics

Wake Forest women's soccer is ranked No. 14 nationally, according to the Soccer America preseason poll.

ACC Fantasy Position Rankings: Running Back | The ACC Sports Journal

Not necessarily Wake Forest related (per se), but Chris Moore over at the ACC Sports Journal ranked the ACC running backs by fantasy football value.

Wake Forest connection strong in Wilmington for loanee | Cape Fear Sports

Good article about former Wake Forest soccer player Corben Bone.

Zack Schilawski of Carolina RailHawks to enter law school, possibly ending his pro soccer playing career | Sports | Indy Week

Schilawski plays for the RailHawks this Saturday, then begins law school next week. His playing status beyond that remains uncertain. Only a Wake grad would be forced to choose between these two career choices.

Chennault uses Philly streets in film about taking right path

Former Villanova and Wake Forest basketball player Tony Chennault has written and directed 'Oldhead,' a film about mentoring youth.