Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Number 41 for the Magi as Madoka rout Minnesota

Number 41 for the Magi as Madoka rout Minnesota

By Sakura Honda
The Daily Magi
January 6, 2054

Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi keep piling on the national championships. They routed the Minnesota Golden Gophers in resounding fashion, 189-38, in the 2054 BCS National Championship Game in Pasadena, Calif. Quarterback Haruyuki Arita wrapped up a long, storied career in Madoka's winning colors, passing for 501 yards and six touchdowns while rushing for 259 yards and six scores.

Coach Kaname elected to go to the ground attack and it was supers as the Magi clocked over 1,000 yards rushing as a team against Minnesota. Halfback Michael Wilkerson ran for 193 yards and two touchdowns, backup quarterback D.W. Hinoi ran for 208 yards and three scores, halfback DeMarcus Washington ran for 159 yards and four majors and fullback Hearst Helmsley rushed for 137 yards. Three other players also had a touchdown on the ground. 

Wide receiver Jon James caught seven passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns, wideout Takumu Mayuzumi caught three passes for 133 yards and a score and wideout Trey Lester caught three passes for 54 yards and two majors. James also led the blockers with 20 pancakes. Mayuzumi had 11 pancakes while wide receiver Matt Lewis added 10.

On the other side of the ball, this night also belonged to the Cornerbacks Crew. The defense was led by cornerback Gir Todafunk, who had two tackles and nine interceptions. Cornerback Bo Morrow led in tackles with 11 hits and two sacks. Another cornerback, Nathan Sims, added three sacks, along with defensive end Travis Clark. Finally, on special teams, halfback Kevin Walker wrapped up a successful year returning kickoffs with an 83-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Lewis also returned another kickoff 92 yards for a major.

"What a rock-solid performance, although we could have done a little bit better holding on to the football," said Coach Kaname after the game. "Our boys worked real hard to defend their Four Corners, and they did it in amazing fashion. This is a team that does its best to live up to the moniker of The Best College Football Team in All of College Football, and they did so tonight. Congratulations to everyone at Mitakihara and Canada. A job well done."

Mitakihara finish the season 14-0.

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