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Tatsuya Kaname with Madoka until 2070

Tatsuya Kaname with Madoka until 2070

By Kate Hoshimiya
The Daily Magi
January 14, 2067

The legacy of Mitakihara Magi football head coach Tatsuya Kaname lives on. Today, Coach Kaname was given a four-year contract extension that will see college football's most successful coach lead the Magi until the 2070 season. Coach Kaname has 747 victories against just seven defeats for a winning percentage of 0.99, far better than that of Knute Rockne of Notre Dame.

"You know, I never get tired of this," said Coach Kaname at a luncheon involving the Men About Town inside Hakurei Center. "It's exciting feeling to know that you are part of something special and that you will always be associated with something special.

"I've been around this game for nearly six decades and the energy I get when I am part of this, it's something you can't get anywhere else. So, with that said I look forward to helping develop the next group of players that will be donning our famous strip."

Finally, after just one season on the job, Mitakihara Magi offensive coordinator Leeroy Jenkins is on the move. Jenkins was named the head coach at Miami University of Ohio. Replacing him is quarterbacks coach Makoto Naegi. The new quarterbacks coach for the Magi in the 2067 is Rajiv Singh, recruited from the sprint football team. Former graduate assistant Ricky Cojuangco will be the quarterbacks coach there.

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