Michigan vs Washington

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Michigan vs Washington

Michigan secures the College Football Playoff National Championship with a commanding 34-13 victory over Washington.

Michigan dominated Washington in the College Football Playoff final at NRG Stadium in Houston on Monday night, securing a 34-13 victory. The game, billed as a clash between Michigan’s top-ranked defense and Washington’s Heisman Trophy-finalist Michael Penix Jr., showcased the Wolverines’ relentless running game and formidable defense.

Throughout the night, Michigan relentlessly pressured Penix, resulting in two interceptions. The dynamic duo of running backs, Blake Corum and Donovan Edwards, showcased their skills, amassing 134 and 104 rushing yards, respectively, and each scoring two touchdowns.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh commended the team’s collective effort, stating, “There are over 100 Michigan men that are on this team, in uniform tonight. What they’ve done for the last 372 days is amazing. We’re champions, simply known as national champions.”

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The victory marked the culmination of a tumultuous 15-0 season for Michigan, which included accusations of a massive sign-stealing scheme, leading to a brief suspension of Coach Harbaugh late in the campaign. Despite the challenges, Michigan emerged victorious, claiming the coveted national championship title.

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