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Tatsuya Kaname's contract extended three years

Tatsuya Kaname's contract extended three years

Staff reports
The Daily Magi
January 15, 2046


Mitakihara Magi head football coach Tatsuya Kaname will have his contract extended another three years, according to reports from the Mitakihara Athletic Department. With 460 victories to his belt, Coach Kaname has no plans of stepping from his perch as the man behind the best college football team in all of college football.

The goals of the contract are the same as before. Among the most notable: win the conference title, win 12 games in a season, finish in the BCS Top 15, win all the rivalry games, sign one Top 10 prospect, make it to a bowl game each year, and most importantly: win the national championship.

"Everyone knows what is expected of Coach Kaname," said athletic director Mami Tomoe. "He's a leader, he's a winner, he's the father of one of the top assistant coaches on the continent, and he demands nothing but the best from his student-athletes. He's perfected the art of winning, and we look forward to another solid run."

"I'm excited to continue my work here at the only job I've ever had," said Coach Kaname. "You all know what's expected of me, I know what's expected of me, everybody knows what expected of me. If they don't they have no soul...gem, that is. All joking aside, our plans for 2046 are set in stone and we are looking forward to another solid run this fall."

The schedule for the 2046 football season is currently being planned and will be finalized later this year.

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