Sunday, May 5, 2013

"Everybody gets to play": Kaname

"Everybody gets to play": Kaname

By Ted Santos
The Daily Magi
October 26, 2042

"The games against statistically weaker opponents like Hawai'i are a great opportunity for our backups to get plenty of playing time," said Mitakihara Magi head football coach Tatsuya Kaname following the Magi's 255-45 belting of the Hawai'i Warriors at Mitakihara Stadium in Mitakihara, B.C. The game marked the first time in a long time in which Madoka hung 255 points on an opponent. "Everybody gets to play.

"The great thing about our Morning Rescue Defense is that we incorporate a lot of cornerbacks and safeties, and when we bring in our second string, a lot of our depth is on showcase. We like to give our backups a lot of playing time against opponents like Hawai'i because we have seen cases in which uncommitted, unmotivated freshman decide to bail, even though we've given them an opportunity to get their asses out on the pitch.

"The way that just about everyone contributed on the field this year, I will be surprised if there is at least one player that decides to transfer. To be fair, I wish the transfer rule never existed. It's as stupid as the death penalty and the wussification of college sports in general. Dreadful stuff."

Quarterback Invalid Name passed for 282 yards and five touchdowns, backup quarterback Josh Carrington ran for 282 yards and five scores, halfback George Jackson ran for 205 yards and five majors and halfback Tyrone Gay rushed for 429 yards and seven touchdowns.

Wide receiver Makoto Yasaka caught six passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns while wideout Stephen Fuller caught four passes for 11 yards and two scores. Yasaka also led the blockers with 31 pancakes. A number of players on defense had two interceptions each. Free safety David Madsen led the tackles with 15 tackles while defensive tackle Androgynous Boogaloo added four sacks.

Mitakihara improve to 7-0 and have a busy November in front of them, starting with a Nov. 1 showdown with the Fresno State Bulldogs.

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