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Mitakihara: The Undisputed Kings Of Colllege Football


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Mitakihara:
The Undisputed Kings Of Colllege Football

Staff Reports
The Daily Magi
January 7, 2041

All hail the kings of college football: Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi. January 7, 2041 will go down as a historic day in college football. Mitakihara passed Princeton for the most national championships with their 29th BCS Championship after lynching the Alabama Crimson Tide. Coach Kaname was in tears and was shaking his head in disbelief. Around him, the team was celebrating, singing the school fight song, the student body flooding the field, and rose, pink and white confetti falling all over.

"If you told anyone that we would do something like this; if you told anyone in Canada that this was even possible and that we would do it in three decades' time, you were crazy," an emotional Coach Kaname said. "But we did it. We're truly the best team in college football. We've won the national championship more times than any other school.

"This is a day in the history of the university that no one will ever forget. I am so proud of these young men. I am so proud of this university and what we have done in our short history. It's been beyond amazing. I can die a happy man now."

"Canada better get ready to party this week," said Magi quarterback Leeroy Jenkins. "The greatest team in this history of college football is coming home to British Columbia!"

"This is history in the making, everyobdy. Wear your rose, pink and white, fellow Canadians," said halfback Akira Himenokouji. "We dedicate this national championship to you."

In Mitakihara, in Vancouver, in Victoria, in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnepeg, Hamilton, Quebec City and many other big and small town in Canada, they were dancing and celebrating. Streets were decked in rose, pink, and white and parades were taking place. This was another Rose, Pink and White Canadian holiday. And at Princeton University, there was quiet applause and hugs all around, especially from the school's football team.

Jenkins passed for 434 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 275 yards and five more majors. Himenokouji, the surprise Heisman Trophy winner, ran for 196 yards and two scores. Also scoring a rushing touchdown were halfback Tsuji Ikari and wide receiver Stephen Fuller, who caught a 65-yard pass for a score.

Wide receiver Kenji Sugisaki caught seven passes for 148 yards and a touchdowns, while fellow wideout Kunihiko Yoichi caught six passes for 117 yards. Wideout Makoto Ysaka caught three passes for 55 yards and a major. Sugisaki and left guard Eric Fuller led the blockers with 22 pancakes, while Yoichi had 20 pancakes.

Free safety Shoutarou Oreki, in his last-ever game with the Magi, led the defense with 17 tackles and an interceptions. Right outside linebacker Hazuki Hinata has 16 tackles and 2.5 sacks, middle linebacker Kazero Otonashi had 14 tackles and two sacks, left end Buntarou Okabe and defensive tackle Ma Ling Lee had three sacks, and defensive tackle Confucius Muhammad had four sacks on the night.

"The future is bright for Mitakihara," said Otonashi after the game. "I think the world already knows that by now."

The Mitakihara Magi end their season with a record of 13-0.

Mitakihara's 29 National Championships:
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, 2030, 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035, 2036, 2037, 2038, 2039, 2040

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