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Madoka Magi Football win 46th National Championship

Madoka Magi Football win 46th National Championship

By Airi Altinate
The Daily Magi
January 6, 2059

It's another national championship for Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi Football Team, who oblitarated the Texas A&M Aggies, 220-35, in the 2059 BCS National Championship at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. Quarterback Dean Amakusa passed for 564 yards and 10 touchdowns but it was his backup, Justin Powers, that ended up as the player of the game.

Powers passed for 162 yards and two touchdownss, ran for 357 yards and seven majors and also returned an interception 45 yards for a score. Also on the ground, halfback Tony Kalmar ran for 180 yards and two touchdowns, Amakusa ran for 81 yards and three majors and halfback tukul Abdul rahman ran for 108 yards and a score.

Wide receiver Mike White, the Biletnikoff Award winner, caught seven passes for 252 yards and four touchdowns to cap off an amazing career for the Magi. Freshman wideout David Culver Page caught five passes for 96 yards and three scores and Abdul Rahman caught five passes for 105 yards and two majors. White also led the blockers with 23 pancakes while Culver Page added 18 pancakes, wideout Jason Bower had 14 and wideout Marques Singleton had 13.

Defensively, cornerback James Reese and middle linebacker Jules Macklemore recorded 13 tackles each but it was cornerback Darren Kujou who finished off his sophomore season with 10 interceptions, returning three for touchdowns. Kujou won the Thorpe, Bednarik, Nagurski and Tatupu in the same season for the second year in a row.

Free safety Aila Hatsuse had three picks, cornerback Richie Love had a couple of picks and four other players on defense had an interception apiece. Cornerback Josh Joyce and right end Jason Richwalski had three sacks each. Finally, on special teams, right end Ronnie Andrews returned a kickof 55 yard for a touchdown.

"We had an amazing season and I think just about everyone got a chance to play at least one, including the first-years," said Coach Kaname after the game. "They worked real hard to get this far and get another crystal football to add to the Hall of Fame, so now we may need to move all those trophies to an even bigger building, somewhere. We've had a great year, credit goes out to our players, coaches, fans, alumns, administration, faculty and my family for driving this team forward. This has been some kind of year."

Mitakihara end the season 14-0.

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