After a decade of coming tantalizingly close to championship glory, Jim Harbaugh finally achieved his goal on Monday night, whether coaching college football or the San Francisco 49ers.
In the national championship game at NRG Stadium, Michigan displayed dominance against Washington, with the Wolverines amassing over 300 rushing yards, thanks in no small part to the offensive line creating substantial running lanes for players like Blake Corum and Donovan Edwards.
Following the final whistle in Houston, Jim Harbaugh’s daughter, Grace, couldn’t contain her joy. She shared a captivating video of her exuberantly celebrating Michigan’s national championship, surrounded by falling confetti.
“Go blue forever,” Grace expressed in her caption.
Jim Harbaugh himself marveled at the spectacle of championship confetti descending at NRG Stadium, offering a poetic perspective. “It’s pretty great,” Harbaugh remarked. “You watch this confetti come down, it’s like thousands of confetti. It tells a story. There’s a story in every one of those pieces of confetti. Amazing blue confetti.”
With the Harbaugh family savoring this well-deserved victory, the celebration is sure to continue for at least the next few days.