Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Madoka tries out multiple, blows apart Air Force 150-21

Madoka tries out multiple, blows apart Air Force 150-21

By Airi Altinate
The Daily Magi
September 14, 2058

A new offensive system debuted for Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi on Saturday at against the Air Force Falcons at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, Colo.: the multiple offense. The end result: a decisive 150-21 victory over the Falcons in their Hyouka uniforms, which was brought out via team vote the day prior.

"We were practicing the multiple on our runthrough the past few days and it seemed to be very effective in practice," Coach Kaname said after the game. "But I was very worried that [quarterback] Dean [Amakusa] was going to mess up the play-calling. However, I trusted him, and as a result, the final score was the typical scoreline you've come to expect from this team."

"It was fun running the multiple because a lot of teams in college football run it, so I thought, hey, we can run it too," said Amakusa after the game. "I don't think Air Force was expecting the multiple offense from us today. It was an effective sucker-punch that took the life out of the Falcons early and that played into our hands."

"I don't know if we are going to run the multiple again but we have a few weeks to think about it," added Coach Kaname after the game. "We have a couple of bye weeks coming up before we hit the road one more time, so we'll evaluate our next steps before making a decision. However, the fact that we were able to run the multiple effectively means we have a ton of options at our disposal."

Madoka improve to 4-0 and return to action on Oct. 5 on the road against the Colorado State Rams.

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