Monday, November 11, 2013

"I like my oatmeal warm, with raisins and brown sugar": Amakusa

"I like my oatmeal warm, with raisins and brown sugar": Amakusa

By Shinobu Kawanishi
The Daily Magi
October 7, 2056

Quarterback Dean Amakusa unveiled the secret to his prolific arm after passing for 491 yards and nine touchdowns while rushing for 163 yards and another score en route to a 212-20 victory for Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi over the Colorado State Rams at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colo. The secret: bowls and bowls of warm oatmeal, eaten before and after a game.

"I like my oatmeal warm, with raisins and brown sugar," Amakusa said after the game. "On average, I down about three or four bowls pregame, then to recover, I eat two bowls. I generally use protein-fortified milk for my oats, and Quaker is my preferred brand of choice. Oatmeal is a wonderful tool for success. You can't make good choices on the field without a good breakfast."

Amakusa wasn't the only player who had a good breakfast. Halfback Tony Kalmar ran for 213 yards, halfback Tukul Abdul Rahman ran for 106 yards and two scores, halfback Chaz Thomas ran for 209 yards and five touchdowns, wide receiver Kevin Cronin caught four passes for 190 yards and four majors and wide receiver Jeff Scott caught four passes for 187 yards and four scores.

Wideout Ethan Brink led the blockers with 18 pancakes while wideout Patrick Cox added 17. Cornerback Quinton Reese led the tacklers on defense with nine tackles but it was fellow cornerback Gir Todafunk who was up to his usual bags of tricks, On defense, Todafunk had three tackles and eight interceptions, four which were returned for touchdowns, Todafunk also returned a punt 88 yards for a score, while halback Joe Wilson returned a kickoff 80 yards for a major.

Mitakihara improve to 5-0 and continue their road trip next week against the Nevada Wolf Pack.

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