Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Madoka run past Nevada, 129-3

Madoka run past Nevada, 129-3

By Airi Altinate
The Daily Magi
October 12, 2058

Finally, the Best College Football Team in All of College Football could go home again. Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi concluded a long road trip with a 129-3 victory over the Nevada Wolf Pack at Mackay Stadium in Reno, Nev. And it was the DeanAma show once again, as Madoka's No. 12 showed his dual-threat ability in front of the home fans. 

Quarterback Dean Amakusa passed for 174 yards and a touchdown and ran for 397 yards and eight more scores, halfback Tukul Abdul Rahman ran for 209 yards and two majors, fullback Brian Brooks ran for 198 yards and three scores and halfback Tony Kalmar ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns.

Wide receiver Jason Bower caught two passes for 31 yards and a touchdown and he also led the blockers with 27 pancakes. Defensively, left end Jermaine Asante had six sacks, right outside linebacker Cory King and defensive tackle Mike Tsvangirai had three sacks each, and five different players had an interception each. Strong safety Nobuyuki Oomiya was Madoka's leading tackler on defense with 14 tackles.

"That takes care of the longest road trip in history," Coach Kaname said after the game. "We spent the six of our first 12 games away from home and now we get to play in front of our own fans next week. We expect a solid atmosphere at Homecoming, and the boys will love playing on the new RoseTurf. it will be an awesome experience for the entire Mitakihara Family."

Mitakihara improve to 6-0 on the year and will host the Boise State Broncos next week on Homecoming 2058, where the new playing surface for the Magi will be on display, the Mitakihara RoseTurf. With the installation, Mitakihara will be the fourth NCAA Division I university to install a non-green playing surface after Boise State, Eastern Washington and Central Arkansas and the second in the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision. 

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