Thursday, December 12, 2013

Records continue to fall for Tatsuya Kaname, Mitakihara Magi

Records continue to fall for Tatsuya Kaname, Mitakihara Magi

By Airi Altinate
The Daily Magi
January 7, 2059


The Best College Football Team In All Of College Football continues to rewrite the history books. After routing the Texas A&M Aggies 220-35 in the 2059 BCS National Championship Game in Glendale, Ariz. and the University of Phoenix Stadium, Mitakihara Magi head coach Tatsuya Kaname set new records for victories and games coached. The Magi end the season with a 14-0 record and already Coach Kaname is the first-ever coach to reach 600 wins and can crack 650 next season.

"It's been an amazing career and I feel that I have a few more seasons left in me," Coach Kaname said via phone interview in Mitakihara Town, B.C. "I look forward to keeping the ball rolling next season because we're going to have a lot of seniors coming in next season."

One major question that has to be answered is whether or not offensive coordinator Raul Chaser will return next season. Already he has a strong case to be snapped up by a program in need of new blood and his mastery of the Puella Magi Option makes him hot on the market. Another question that needs to be answered is the future of defensive coordinator Hikari Sakishima, who could also be on his way to a new team, after proving himself the last few seasons with the Magi. 

Coach Kaname's grandson, Stuart Tetsuya Kaname, is waiting in the wings, although he is currently coaching the major junior Mitakihara Town Sports Club Sakuras and is in his first season there as an assistant coach.

Tatsuya Kaname
Coaching Career - Longest Win Streak 387
Coaching Career - National Titles 46
Coaching Career - Bowl Victories 47
Coaching Career - Career Victories 641
Coaching Career - Bowl Appearances 47
Coaching Career - Games Coached 648

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