since Michigan State defeated Michigan in Men's basketball.
Boy that little meme bit them in the ass this season.
EDIT: Oh. WOOOOOOOOOOOO! Party on!
Are you SMOKING CRACK WOOOOOOOOOO
It's actually been 147 days, since October 9th 2010.
It's a few more than 37 days
In any regard, you should counting since they last won, in October, and at least TILL next October, brother. But I like where you're coming from. :-D
they're slapping themselves in the face for it now. it was more a reminder of the ridiculousness bro mentality in E Lansing 37 days ago.
head scratcher :)
Edit: okay I get it now!
Once we get to October 14th, 2011 (day before the football game at State) there will have been 370 days since the last time Michigan State has beaten Michigan in basketball or football.
need to count days to show superiority against MSU... or anyone for that matter; having a superior record should speak for itself. Michigan's rivals have to count days since their last loss against Michigan since that makes each win mean more to them, since Michigan is their measuring stick.
Also, MSU hasn't beaten Michigan in a Men's football or basketball team since October, which is much more than 37 days. By my count, it's been 147 days.
Edit: Denarded beat me to it. Naturally, Denard can't lose races.
i'll change it to reflect your 2srs clarification
A lot of good comments on this thread; yours may be the best (and the one I wanted to say).
Word my brotha..
This guy is really smart though...
Just like he didn't last time MSU lost.
A quick count shows 363 since MSU was victorious in men's bball.
that makes way more sense
certain jackass, " The pride comes before the fall". Oh how sweet this win is. It will be even sweeter when order is restored in football as well, starting this year.
ok, I was just pondering this very question.
Please stop with the counting days. Its sad. Its even sad to joke about it.
i'm surprised you of all people would begin critiquing the quality of content. the day counting is the schadenfreude of mockery. it means that michigan has the offseason upperhand. it's also been commented on... twice? and both times immediately following wins over MSU. i'd say it's not even remotely overplayed or sad when embraced as a demonstration of karma.