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Tatsuya Kaname rewrites those record books

Tatsuya Kaname rewrites those record books

By Sora Kazesawa
The Daily Magi
January 8, 2064

This seems to be getting old hat for Mitakihara Magi head football coach Tatsuya Kaname, as he rewrites the record books following a 136-26 victory for the Magi over the UCLA Bruins in the 2064 BCS National Championship Game at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, La.

Coach Kaname hold the records for the longest win streak, most national titles, most bowl victories, most career victories, most bowl appearances, most games coached, and most years at a school. And the kicker to all this: the man is only 67 and definitely has quite a few more years left in him.

"Yeah, I am quite sure I got a few years left in me before I call it a career," said Coach Kaname from his home in Mitakihara Town following the team's arrival back to Canada. "This has been a great season for everyone that's involved and I hope to keep it going next year, when we look to keep recruiting local players as well as solid imports."

Next year's Magi will be more potent than ever, as they will be powered by nine blue-chip freshman that are born and raised in Mitakihara Town. There is sure to be a strong local flavor on the Magi team in 2064.

Tatsuya Kaname
Coaching Career - Longest Win Streak 454
Coaching Career - National Titles 50
Coaching Career - Bowl Victories 52
Coaching Career - Career Victories 708
Coaching Career - Bowl Appearances 52
Coaching Career - Games Coached 715
Coaching Career - Years at a School 53

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