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Madoka are back in the BCS National Championship

Madoka are back in the BCS National Championship

By Sakura Honda
The Daily Magi
December 10, 2050


"East Carolina, we're taking our booty back." Those were the words said by Mitakihara Magi head football coach Tatsuya Kaname to the partisan crowd in rose, pink and white at Mitakihara Stadium in Mitakihara Town, B.C. after the Magi routed the Air Force Falcons, 212-38.

"The contract said you could borrow it, but it didn't say that you could keep it," Coach Kaname went on to say. "The clock is ticking. The final countdown begins...now."

Quarterback Haruyuki Arita passed for 687 yards and seven touchdowns while rushing for 77 yards and two more scores. Halfback Rob Wade ran for 284 yards and four majors while backup quarterback Nic Johnson ran for 194 yards and two more touchdowns. Wide receiver Takumu Mayuzumi may have sewn up the Biletnikoff with five catches for 265 yards and three touchdowns. 

Wideout Kelvin Sanders caught four passes for 139 yards and two scores and also led the blockers with 20 pancakes. Fellow wideout Timothy Fernando had 15 pancakes. Defensively, it looks like right end James Curtis could be the first defensive lineman since Chad Wynn in 2031 to win the Chuck Bednarik Award after his nine sacks. Cornerbacks Charles Greene and Shedrick Johnson had three interceptions each.

Mitakihara improve to 13-0 for the season and will play in the 2051 BCS National Championship Game against what is presumed to be the East Carolina Pirates, pending the outcome of the American Athletic Conference Championship Game in Greensboro, Pa.

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