Finding a lower bound for the expression $log(n!)$

Problem:
Is $log(n!) in$ $Omega( n^n )$?

Answer:
Since $n! > n^n$ for all $n > 1$ we can conclude that: $log(n!) in$ $O( n^n )$.
Let us look at the special case where $n = 4$.
begin{align*}
n! &= 4(3)(2) = 24 \
n^n &= 4^4 = 256
end{align*}

Let us look at the special case where $n = 5$.
begin{align*}
n! &= 5(4)(3)(2) = 5(24) = 120 \
n^n &= 5^5 = 3125
end{align*}

Let us look at the special case where $n = 8$.
begin{align*}
n! &= 8! = 40320 \
n^n &= 8^8 = 16777216
end{align*}

It looks to me that $n^n$ is growing faster but that is not a proof. To prove it, I need to
show that there exists an $M > 0$ and $n_o > 0$ such that the following statement is true for
all $n geq n_0$:
$$ n! leq M n^n $$
I select $n_0 = 4$ and $M = 1$. Hence the expression reduces to:
$$ n! leq n^n $$
We have already shown that this expression is true for the special case of $n = 4$. Now, if we
add $1$ to $n$ we have:
$$ (n+1)! leq (n+1)^{(n+1)} $$
This must be true because the left hand side increased by a factor
of $n+1$ and the right hand side increased by more than a factor of $n+1$. Now we add $1$ to $n$
again. The left hand side increases by a factor of $n+2$ and the right hand side increases by more
than a factor of $n+2$. Hence the right side increases more. We can repeat this process for ever. Therefore, I conclude the statement is true.
Do I have this right?