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Madoka second string skate by Hawai'i, 160-41

Madoka second string skate by Hawai'i, 160-41

By John Forsberg
The Daily Magi
November 7, 2037

Mitakihara Magi head football Tatsuya Kaname elected to give the second string of the 2037 Mitakihara Magi football team a go against the Hawai'i Warriors. Turns out, it was a good decision. Thanks to a strong balance of passing and running to go with a relentless pass rush, the backups were the stars of the show as they clobbered the visitors from the islands, 160-41, on a snowy night at Mitakihara Stadium in Mitakihara, B.C.

Quarterback Sean Oliver passed for 392 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 372 yards and five more scores. Also scoring five touchdowns on the ground was fullback Tim Wilcox, who added 291 rushing yards. 

Halfback Corey Green ran for 98 yards and three majors. Green also caught four passes for 56 yards and two scores. Wide receiver Wendell Novak caught three passes for 81 yards and a touchdown and also led the blockers with 30 pancakes. Right guard Corey Parham also pitch in with 29 pancake blocks.

Cornerback Michael Harley led the defense with 14 tackles and two interceptions, but it was right end Taylor Luke that had the biggest night on defense, accounting for eight sacks. Right outside linebacker George Miller, defensive tackle Dedrick Upshaw and left end DeMario Irby had four sacks each.

"Yeah, the backups wanted to play this game and they love playing in these conditions because it's the type of stuff you seen in movies," said Coach Kaname after the game. "We have arguably the strongest depth out of any team in college football, and it's been that way for many years now. We look forward to wrapping up the regular season in style."

Mitakihara improve to 11-0 and will close the regular season next week against Arkansas State in Magia Day 2037.

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