Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Mad Pig lays hell on the Farm as Madoka take BCS title

Mad Pig lays hell on the Farm as Madoka take BCS title

By Sakura Honda
The Daily Magi
January 6, 2053

Quarterback Haruyuki Arita returned to Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi football team with a vengeance. The Pig, who was a few months removed from playing football, was in full form as he passed for 1059 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 152 yards and four more scores. The end result: a 255-10 beatdown of the Stanford Cardinal in the 2053 BCS National Championship Game in Miami, Fla.

"Boy, it's good to be back," Arita said after the game. "I wanted to catch up on my passed stats because I missed nine games of action. So I wanted to at least make it look like I passed for over 100 yards in each of the games I missed. I felt really good out there. I helped lead our team to another perfect season, and it was great.

"This was an amazing year by everybody. We worked hard as a team, and we got the job done. I can't for next season, and hopefully I won't go down to injury like I did this year. I want to set a new passing record next year, but I need to stay healthy."

Halfback DeMarcus Washington rushed for 184 yards and three touchdowns, halfback Dylan Maxwell ran for 190 yards and three scores and both halfback D.W. Hinoi and fullback John Nelson added two more rushing scores each. Wide receiver Trey Lester caught 13 passes for 372 yards and eight touchdowns, wideout Takumu Mayuzumi hauled in 10 passes for 312 yards and five scores, wideout Jon James caught seven passes for 221 yards and four majors and tight end Deon Tanner caught five passes for 79 yards and three touchdowns.

James also led the blockers with 27 pancake blocks while backup wide receiver Matt Hopkins add 22. Defensively, the night belonged to 2052 Lombardi Award winner LaRon Wright. Wright was a force at defensive tackle, making 12 tackles and 10 sacks. Right James Curtis capped off a solid career at right end with four sacks.

Mitakihara cap off the season with a 14-0 record, a conference championship, and a national championship. Just another normal season for the Best College Football Team in All of College Football.

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