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Madoka inflict more pain to Georgia's misery

Madoka inflict more pain to Georgia's misery

By Kotone Noda
The Daily Magi
September 27, 2064

The winless Georgia Bulldogs, devoid of any bark of bite, came stumbling into Stanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. knowing they were going to be carved apart by Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi. To their credit, they did put up a good fight and made some big plays, but quarterback Haruki Takayama and the Magi left them in the dust, 129-24.

After the game, Georgia freshman strong safety Marc Hobbs ripped off his helmet in disgust and tried to injure Takayama by throwing it at him. It failed. Takayama caught the helmet and wagged a finger and shook his head as Hobbs, who hurled racist epithets reminiscent of the Civil Rights Era, was escorted off the field by the coaches. Takayama handed the helmet back to Georgia senior cornerback Terry Smith, the Bulldogs defense captain and simply said, "Keep him on a leash."

Takayama finished the day throwing for 225 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 364 yards and nine more scores. The good news was that this was the first time Sakura Trick, as he is being known on campus as, didn't threw an interception. Halfback Bruno Okuno ran for 212 yards and four touchdowns, halfback Gary Gumede ran for 135 yards and two scores and wide receiver Zac CHabangu caught three passes for 97 yards.

Wide receiver Dee Dee Sonoda led the Magi in blocking with 31 pancakes while Okuno added 13. Middle linebacker Austin Novak had 16 tacklea and an intercention but it was strong safety Richard Aquino that had a breakout performance. The Magi defensive captain had eight tackles and five interceptions. Defensive tackle Sean Yamashita also was a force in the pass rush, making four sacks.

Mitakihara improve to 5-0 and will begin the home leg of their regular season schedule next week against the Washington Huskies in Homecoming 2064.

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