Saturday, August 10, 2013

Nevada stop Arita, but not Madoka in 160-17 Magi victory

Nevada stop Arita, but not Madoka in 160-17 Magi victory

By Sakura Honda
The Daily Magi
October 15, 2050

Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi saw their ace quarterback, Haruyuki Arita, leave the game with a mild concussion, but by that point, the best college football team in all of college football had done the damage as they raced past the Nevada Wolf Pack, 160-17, at Mackay Stadium in Reno, Nev.

Quarterback Nic Johnson passef for 234 yards and three touchdowns while Arita ran for 213 yards and three more scores. Halfback Tommy Washington rushed for 240 yards and three majors, halfback Rob Wade ran for 163 yards and four touchdowns and halfback Marques Murray ran for 71 yards and two scores.

Wide receiver Takumu Mayuzumi led the receivers with three catches for 107 yards and a touchdown and also had 26 pancakes. Wideout Trey Lester led the blockers with 28 pancakes, while wideout Kelvin Sanders had 12. Middle linebacker Jeff Nakazawa led the tacklers on defense with 16 tackles but it was sophomore right end James Curtis that had a big day, delivered 11 tackles and eight sacks.

"The Ballroom Blitz is the heart and soul of our Morning Rescue Defense," said Coach Kaname after the game. "James is a guy that improved a lot with his speed and acceleration and as you can see, he's had a great day today. Our focus now turns to Homecoming, and we have a decent New Mexico team coming to our house, so I expect the men to be ready. Especially Haru."

Mitakihara improve to 6-0 for the season and will host the New Mexico Lobos next week in Homecoming 2050.

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