Saturday, August 31, 2013

Akiyuki Kaname named OC, Leeroy Jenkins named QB coach

Akiyuki Kaname named OC, Leeroy Jenkins named QB coach

By Sayaka Miki
Special to The Daily Magi
January 22, 2052


Finally, the Son of Hope has his chance. Today, Mitakihara Magi football head coach Tatsuya Kaname named his son, quarterbacks coach Akiyuki Kaname, was named offensive coordinator of the team, the culmination of years of training and education as a member of the staff. A massive press conference was held today at the Hakurei Centre's football field, where members of the press from all over Canada and the United States and elsewhere were invited.

Coach Aki or Aki-sensei, as he is known on cammpus, is the sixth offensive coordinator in the history of the university's football team, the Best College Football Team in All of College Football.

"I could not be any more excited to now be the right hand man of the greatest college football head coach ever...my dad, of course," said Coach Aki at the press conference. "I look forward to my new role in overseeing one of the most dangerous offences in college football, if not the most dangerous offence to be witnessed in the world.

"I've had a reputation of being one of the finest quarterbacks to play for the Magi and I have won a few Super Bowls, but I realized that being a coach was my calling all along. I have the intention of succeeding my father, but I am always aware of reviewing my other options should the situation arise.

"I don't want to look too much into the future. I am aware of what I want to do regarding the football team and the plans I want to make regarding the offence. I am a student of the high-octane, high-scoring option attack that my dad implements. I have no intention of going to the Hikaru Furu attack that my predecessor, Coach Hanesaki, implemented.

"This team built its reputation on the Puella Magi Option attack and I have a intention of bringing it back. My father approves of the move, too, and so do the players. So the fans will see the type of tried-and-true arsenal that has made this team famous: no-nonsense flexbone, wingbone and wildcat formation variations. Simple, clean, effective.

"This team doesn't need to change its tune if it's been so successful with it. My mission is to remind the Magi who they are and what they built their legacy on. If I can do that and run our system with flying colors, then I've done my job."

"It's great to finally be back to a place I know very well," said Coach Jenkins at the press conference. "I look forward to learning the nuances of coaching the quarterbacks and bringing my own blend of excitement and flavor to the team. Let's do this."

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