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Madoka forced to share National Championship with ECU

Madoka forced to share National Championship with ECU

By Sakura Honda
The Daily Magi
January 9, 2051


Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi were forced to share the National Championship with the East Carolina Pirates after prevailing, 147-28, in the 2051 BCS National Championship Game. ECU earned 34 first place votes compared to 24 for Madoka in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll and earned 40 first-places votes compared to 24 in the AP Poll.

This marks the second straight year that the national championship is split between two schools. Last year, East Carolina split the national championship with Texas A&M. This also marks the first time since 2044 that Mitakihara is consigned to splitting the national championship and only the third time in its 40-year history.

"This is sure to light some debate as to who is better and who is best," said Coach Kaname from his office at Hakurei Centre. "I'm not going to care too much about this because we won the true national championship trophy: the crystal football.

"I think we may need to schedule ECU again to prevent another championship split. We scheduled the best opponents we could find and we still have to split the national title. I have to wonder, what is the point in having these polls? They are useless, meaningless ranking designed to rustle the jimmies of everybody keeping tabs on it.

"The voters can move us down to third if they want, but as long as we won the National Championship Game, the polls are irrelevant."

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