While we're still a few months away from the Michigan Wolverines returning to the gridiron, the school continues to have success in athletics.
Michigan is currently facing Vanderbilt in the College World Series and is surprisingly one victory away from winning the national title. It'd the baseball program's first championship since 1962.
Game 2 of the College World Series is tonight, and it's safe to say the entire school will be out in support.
Even Jim Harbaugh will be watching tonight's game, as the Michigan football coach shared an awesome video on Twitter.
Harbaugh and his family were playing wiffle ball in the backyard, when his son crushed a line drive into his phone.
As you'd expect, the reaction from Harbaugh is priceless.
Via Harbaugh's Twitter account:
Harbaugh is lucky that he didn't get hit in the face with the ball because it came in like a bullet.
Maybe the Wolverines can recruit Harbaugh's son to play for their team when the time comes. His swing is already looking pretty strong for his age.
It could be a huge year for Michigan athletics, especially if Harbaugh and the football team can meet expectations.
As for the baseball program, it's looking to capture the national championship tonight.
First pitch is set for 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.