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Number 26 for the Madoka Magi!

Number 26 for the Madoka Magi!

By Sid Looney
The Daily Magi
January 7, 2038

Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi won their 26th BCS National Championship in the pouring rain at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, smoking the Cincinnati Bearcats, 188-48. Quarterback Leeroy Jenkins, who is the 2037 Heisman Trophy winner, passed for 615 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 411 yards and six more majors.

Halfback Tsuji Ikari, the 2037 Doak Walker Award winner, rushed for 299 yards and five more majors. Wide receiver Dominique Tyler, who won the 2037 Biletnikoff Award, rushed for 85 yards and three scored while catching seven passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns. Also catching a pass for a score were wide receiver Wendell Novak, halfback Bryan Flowers and wideout Andrew Blount.

Wide receiver Kenji Sugisaki led the Magi run blocking schemes with 24 pancakes. Blount and Outland Trophy winner Clay Eaton added 22 pancakes each. 

On defense, right outside linebacker Hazuki Hinata led the charge with 14 tackles, three sacks and an interception. Free safety Shoutarou Oreki was a ballhawk, making 13 tackles and five interceptions. Right end Victor McNeil had his best outing ever in a Magi uniform, making six sacks. Left end Obi Johnson added four sacks, while Lombardi Award-winning defensive tackle Ma Ling Lee had just three. Also with a couple of picks each were Thorpe Award-winning strong safety Hiroshi Fukube and cornerbacks Joe Massey and Remy Nishijou.

"This is a great season for the seniors, and for the freshman, who will look to leave no doubt as to who is the most decorated university in American college football," said Coach Kaname after the game. "At M-Town, we continue to develop men of character and leadership. Every man that was on the sidelines and on the field pitched in and committed the time and effort to winning this national championship.

"So I tip my hat to everybody on the team, the coaching staff, our fans, the students, the alumni, the faculty, the administration, our city and all of Canada for getting our back this year. This one is for all of you."

With the victory, the Magi complete yet another 13-0 season.

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