Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Madoka dismantle WKU, 255-52 as founder gives birth

Madoka dismantle WKU, 255-52 as founder gives birth

By Gil Rivas
The Daily Magi
October 2, 2049


Mitakihara Magi football quarterbacks coach Akiyuki Kaname was unable to coach the quarterbacks on Saturday in Homecoming 2049 against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, due to his mother, university founder and chancellor Dr. Madoka Kaname, giving birth to fraternal twins Reika and Shiroyuki Kaname that evening. Head coach Tatsuya Kaname was left to coach the quarterbacks and they were instrumental in dismantling WKU, 255-52.

Starter Robert Harwell passed for 465 yards and 10 touchdowns while rushing for 181 yards and another score. Backup quarterback Willie Jones ran for 115 yards and another major. The ground game was led by halfbacks Rob Wade and Tommy Washington. Wade ran for 338 yards and five touchdowns while Washing ran for 246 yards and three scores. Halfback Fred Jackson ran for 38 yards and three more majors while fullback Zach Howe ran for 120 yards and two more touchdowns.

Wide receivers Mike Smith and Nate White led the Magi receiving corps on Saturday night. Smith had five catches for 119 yards and three touchdowns while while had four receptions for 112 yards and two scores. Wideout Justin Rucker had three receptions for 82 yards and two majors while Washington had three catches for 97 yards and another touchdown. Rucker also led the blockers with 17 pancakes.

Free safety and defensive captain Jeff Donaldson led the defense with seven tackles and five sacks. Left end Chris Stephens had four sacks while cornerback Shedrick Johnson added four interceptions.

"Overall, I'm glad that Madoka was able to give birth to twins without any issues or problems," Coach Kaname said after the game. "She told me that I had to coach the game, and I did. When I told the players the news, they celebrated like it was also their kid that was born. It was a great performance by everyone involved."

Madoka improve to 5-0 and host Utah State next week. 

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