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Leeroy Jenkins returns to Madoka

Leeroy Jenkins returns to Madoka

By Inari Fushimi
The Daily Magi
January 14, 2066

After a 10-year spell at Nebraska where everything went south in a 4-8 season, Leeroy Jenkins is coming back to Madoka. The former quarterback ace for Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi is coming back to the staff as the next offensive coordinator, replacing Ryuta Kasugano, who was named the next head coach of the Florida Gators.

"All right, chums, let's do this: LEEROOOOOOOOY JEEEEEEEENKIIIIIINS!" said Coach Jenkins at a press conference at Hakurei Centre. "Boy, it's great to be back at a place where I just can't lose. It was a nice 10 years at Nebraska, and I did win some titles and bowls, but the recruiting went dry and the losses piled up. That's just the way it goes when you're a coach at a school not named Mitakihara.

"So it goes, without saying, that I missed this place. I missed all the championships won, the excitement, the drama, the energy, the vibes of good feeling that you get when you don that pink polo and visor and call plays. I bring years of coaching experience as well as a proven track record of running an offense that works if you have the right players running it.

"How I did my work in my previous stint is how I will do things here. I understand that I was more successful as an offensive coordinator at Madoka rather than a head coach at Nebraska. I know that I will be working with elite players that know what it takes to win national championships. We have some of the finest facilities in all of college sports and the Hakurei Centre is one of the cornerstones of our success. I also understand that there will be an expansion of this facility to further develop our student-athletes, which is great news for anyone that is a part of the Mitakihara Family.

"Anyway, I am excited to be here, I look forward to having a solid season with the Best College Football Team in All of College Football, and I hope we keep winning and improving on what we can do as a team, as a program, and as an institution. Thank you, everybody!"

The 2066 Mitakihara Magi football schedule and roster will be released later this year.

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