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Massive quarterback issues after Madoka pound Hawaii, 171-56

Massive quarterback issues after Madoka pound Hawaii, 171-56

By Bing Haarhuis
The Daily Magi
October 21, 2045

Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi will be coming into the next several weeks with a massive quarterback issue after blowing apart the Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors, 171-56 at a rainy Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Haw. The only quarterback available for the Best College Football Team in All of College Football is Damion Roberson, and there is a possibility that players who are not natural quarterbacks will have to play under center.

"It's a necessary evil that we have to put up with," said Coach Kaname following the game. "We have players that are not quarterbacks that are capable of being leaders under center and make big plays on offense. Believe it or not, we are very deep at quarterback; it's just that we are one-deep among those players who are designated QBs."

Roberson passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 177 yards and four more majors. Wide receiver Avery Clark passed for 132 yards and three scores. Also with a passing touchdown were wide receiver Terrance Andrews, punter Maurice Willlams, Anonymous and halfback Adam Johnson, who rushed for 103 yards and two majors.

Wideout Charlie Carpenter ran for two short touchdowns. Also with a touchdown on the ground were Jackson, Clark, halfback Kyle Ryan, halfback Brandon Williamson, wideout Adam Dotson and fullback Red Eilands. Wideout Dallas Williams, Ryan and wideout Jack Dallaire had two receiving touchdowns each. Also with a receiving touchdown were Williamson, Andrews and Carpenter.

Tight end Joel Ingram, right guard Phillip Smith and left guard Adam Simmons led the blockers with 23 pancakes each. Middle linebacker David Smith led the defense with 17 tackles and 1.5 sacks. Cornerback Corey Montgomery had two interceptions, while left end Jess Holley and defensive tackle George Lowery added two sacks each.

Madoka improve to 7-0 and return to action next week at home against Fresno State.

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