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More records fall at Mitakihara University

More records fall at Mitakihara University

By Chinami Oka
The Daily Magi
January 9, 2058

Mitakihara Magi head football coach Tatsuya Kaname continues to amaze even the harshest of critics with his longevity and persistent effectiveness. Coach Kaname led the Magi to their 45th national championship, defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 237-98 in the 2058 BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. In the process, he rewrote a number of coaching career records and builds on his reputation as the winningest coach in the sport.

"I'm just doing what I can to help make the program and the university proud," Coach Kaname said via teleconference from his home in Mitakihara Town, B.C. "We always deliver with the quality of football we bring to the field and we always look for consistent, high-intensity play on every snap, from start to finish.

"I couldn't have reached the record without the support of a lot of people, namely the players, my fellow coaches, the administration, and my five beautiful wives. I have so many people I have to thank, but one person I dedicate this to is my sister, who believes in the university because this is her university, this is her team. And we believe in her."

Tatsuya Kaname
Coaching Career - Longest Win Streak 373
Coaching Career - National Titles 45
Coaching Career - Bowl Victories 46
Coaching Career - Career Victories 627
Coaching Career - Bowl Appearances 46
Coaching Career - Games Coached 634

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