Saturday, April 20, 2013

Mitakihara punch a punchless Notre Dame, 104-22

Mitakihara punch a punchless Notre Dame, 104-22


It is very clear that the Notre Dame Fighting Irish don't have much fight in them these days as they now fall to a lightweightish 2-6 after Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi impaled them at Mitakihara Stadium 104-22. Not that...the Magi ball coach doesn't mind.
"If you feel sorry for your rivals, you lose your edge over your rivals," Kaname said after the game. "I told the players, forget about the records; just go out there and play the game the way we have done it for years and they got it done.
"Mostly, we wanted to bring Parov Stelar into the fray because he has been sidelined the past few weeks due to injury. Now that he's with us, we can get to work and he got to work. What a way to bounce back."
Quarterback Parov Stelar II passed for 428 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for 210 yards and four more majors.
"It was a great day back," Stelar said after the game. "I felt sharp, didn't give up a turnover at all, didn't throw an interception. We didn't produce too many points but we did the work today.
"Our offense was great, our defense made big plays...the same old story for our team."
Middle linebacker Roman Kollar was a beast on defense, making 20 tackles on the day. Left end Wallace "Wall Street" Johnson, who is majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis on Financial Management, had four sacks.
Mitakihara improve to 8-0 and are expected to be the No. 1 team in the first BCS rankings when they come out ahead of next week's match with North Texas.

Code:
Box Score 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Notre Dame  3  9  7  2  22
Mitakihara  21  21  45  17  104


Players of the Game


Mitakihara

Parov Stelar II , QB
25-33, 428 Yds, 26 Car, 210 Yds, 8 Total TD
Notre Dame

Drew Wilson , K
5-5 FG, Long of 51, 1-1 XP Att

Code:
Game Statistics
Category Notre Dame Mitakihara
First Downs 31 31
Total Offense 568 884
Rushes-YDS 41-(-61) 71-456
Passing YDS 629 428
Turnovers 7 0
Total Yards 570 986
T.O.P. 35:02 28:01

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