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Mitakihara win No. 52

Mitakihara win No. 52

By Kobeni Yonomori
The Daily Magi
January 6, 2066

They are a machine, Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi are. And they have no signs of stopping their dominance of college football now. Quarterback Haruki Takayama passed for 535 yards and six touchdowns while rushing for 231 yards and two more scores as the Madoka Magi won their 52nd National Championship with a resounding 164-55 rout of Akiyuki Kaname's Texas Longhorns in the 2066 BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

"This is a talented group of players that wanted this real bad," Coach Kaname said after the game to the media. "Our coaches worked real hard to develop a game plan that suits our players and the fact that it was against my son's team makes it all the more sweeter. So this is a team effort by everyone. You can feel the energy here in Southern California. This is Magi Territory.

"Haruki wanted to prove to himself that he was the one that deserved the Heisman, not [North Carolina QB] Greg [Davis]. The media got it wrong and he told them to stick their pick up their collective asses. He'll take the Pentagram over the Heisman, that's for sure. I'm proud of these boys. They all earned it."

Halfback Bruno Okuno ran for 130 yards and three touchdowns, halfback Ryan Johnson ran for 231 yards and two majors, fullback James Stanley ran for 81 yards and four scores, wide receiver Jason Saka caught four passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns and wideout Dee Dee Sonoda caught two passes for 110 yards and two majors. Okuno also caught three passes for 98 yards and a touchdown.

Wideout Marcus Stewart led the Magi in blocking with 17 pancakes, Saka added 16, wideout Zac Chabangu had 15 and Sonoda had 13. Cornerback Victor Ejide had 15 tackles and five sacks while fellow corner Tarzan Takagi had three tackles and seven interceptions. Sonoda also returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter.

Mitakihara finish the 2065 season with a record of 13-0.

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