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Another record book rewrite for Coach Tatsuya Kaname

Another record book rewrite for Coach Tatsuya Kaname

By Chelia Blendy
The Daily Magi
January 10, 2069

Mitakihara Magi head football coach Tatsuya Kaname rewrote the record books again in terms of the number of records he currently owns. The ageless Coach Kaname owns the records for longest win streak, national titles, bowl victories, career victories, bowl appearances, games coached and years at a school following a 227-47 annihilation of the Minnesota Golden Gophers in the 2069 BCS National Championship Game at Dolphins Stadium in Miami, Fla.

"I'm already reaching 73 years old and I still don't get tired of coaching this great game," said Coach Kaname via phone interview at his home in Mitakihara Town, where the founders, Dr. Madoka Kaname and Dr. Homura Akemi, also reside. "To finally make it to the year of college football's bicentennial is something special. I've coached this game for nearly six decades and I've molded students, athletes, leaders, professionals and most importantly, men of character.

"I hope to keep this streak going until the voice inside my head says it's time to call stumps. I've enjoyed this ride and I hope to make it to six full decades of being a head coach."

Tatsuya Kaname
Coaching Career - Longest Win Streak 519
Coaching Career - National Titles 55
Coaching Career - Bowl Victories 57
Coaching Career - Career Victories 773
Coaching Career - Bowl Appearances 57
Coaching Career - Games Coached 780
Coaching Career - Years at a School 58

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