Saturday, August 3, 2013

Madoka win Mountain West, but who will they play next?

Madoka win Mountain West, but who will they play next?

By Gil Rivas
The Daily Magi
December 11, 2049


After defeating the Air Force Falcons 91-33 on Saturday in the 2049 Mountain West Championship Game at Mitakihara Stadium in Mitakihara Town, B.C., Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi were still unsure as to where they would be headed. Would they be in the BCS National Championship Game? Or would they be in the Rose Bowl against the Pac-12 Conference champion?

Either way, Coach Kaname's answer was definitive.

"I don't care what game we're playing, we're gonna be practicing near Pasadena later this month," the coach said at the postgame presser at Hakurei Centre. "We already have reserved the AEG Sports Center in Carson for our practices leading up to the game. I can tell you that the players are actually more excited about the Lawry's Beef Bowl rather than the game. Our O-Line could out-eat Joey Chestnut at his peak, so they will be looking forward to the dinner of dinners.

"All joking aside, this was a great performance by our team, and if you asked me what game I want us to play, it's the Rose Bowl Game. It's nearly 150 years old in terms of its history, so we want to leave our mark on it for the very first time. Plus, our Marching Ultimates get to perform in the Rose Parade. So I want us to play for the Roses, not so much defending our Four Corners. I want someone else to win them this time around. 

"Going back to our conference championship game, I was not happy that we could not recover the onside kick late in the fourth quarter. Our hands team needs to do a better job at recovering the football on onside kicks because it can determine the outcome of a game, believe it or not. Other than that, this was a good performance by the boys."

Quarterback Robert Harwell passed for 120 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 416 yards and five more scores. Halfback Tommy Washington rushed for 273 yards and five majors while wide receiver Mike Smith led the receiving game with three catches for 39 yards and a touchdown. Smith led the blockers with 29 pancakes, while wideout Nate White added 22 pancakes. Middle linebacker Scott Meyer led the defense with 16 tackles and two sacks, while ledt end Travis Parrish added six sacks on the night.

Mitakihara improve to 13-0 for the year and await their opponent tomorrow.

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