Friday, December 27, 2013

Mitakihara defeat BYU 87-14 to win 47th National Championship

Mitakihara defeat BYU 87-14 to win 47th National Championship

By Furano Yukihira
The Daily Magi
January 6, 2060

With quarterback Dean Amakusa out with a concussion and halfback Tukul Abdul Rahman out due to back spasms, the key to the Puella Magi Option were given to quarterback Justin Powers. The payoff was imminent. Powers passed for 244 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 158 yards and two more scores as Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihars Magi won their 47th national championship, defeating the Brigham Young Cougars, 87-14, in the 2060 BCS National Championship Game at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, La.

Halfback Joe Wilson ran for 73 yards and a touchdowns, halfback Tony Kalmar ran for 81 yards and a score, Amakusa passed for 66 yards and two majors while rushing for 101 yards and another touchdown, and wide receiver David Culver Page caught five passes for 166 yards and two scores.

Wide receiver Tony Graham Bell led the blockers with 21 pancakes while wideout Jason Bower added 20 pancakes. Cornerback Josh Joyce, the 2059 Thorpe Award winner, led the defense with 15 tackles and a sack. Right end Ronnie Andrews was a workhorse in the pass rush with five sacks, while left end Jermaine Asante added nine tackles and two sacks.

"I can't say how proud I am of these boys," said Coach Kaname, brushing away a little tear during his victory speech. "We worked real hard to defend our Four Corners and you can see why we remain the Best College Football Team in All of College Football. It's not an easy reputation to maintain, but tonight, the players made it look real easy.

"I want to thank the coaches, the players, the fans, the boosters, the alumni, the faculty and administration, and my family for the hard work, dedication and belief in this football team. Without the support we've been getting over the years, we wouldn't be able to be standing here with all of you today. You are what makes this place special. Thank you, Mitakihara, for believing in us. You Are Not Alone!"

The 2059 Mitakihara Magi Football Team conclude their season with a record of 14-0.

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