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Lance Armstrong calls out USC: You s- all over Reggie Bush

14 Septembre 2017

This all started with USC officially listing it's all-time record against Texas (Lance's team) as 4-0. seemingly ignoring Vince Young's soul-crushing 2006 Rose Bowl game victory. Per the NCAA, that is correct.

The Texas loss however does not fit that definition.

Lance Armstrong not only doesn't like to see people forget about wins that were vacated, but now he's chiming in about losses not being acknowledged.

In 2010, the NCAA found USC guilty of "agent and amateurism violations" involving Bush, the 2005 Heisman Trophy victor (later vacated).

USC claims the record is accurate since the school was ordered to vacate ALL games from the 2005-06 season (including the Bowl game) stemming from NCAA violations involving Bush. It wasn't a USC win.

However, according to ESPN, USC sports information director Tim Tessalone was instructed by then-NCAA director of statistics Jim Wright to not include participation in any games that season as part of its official record.

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The above tweet by ESPN's Kyle Bonagura set off Armstrong.

Armstrong, who himself was stripped of his seven titles in cycling's biggest event, fired off a tweet blasting USC for the claim because everyone remembers them losing that championship game. "You lost the game fair and square" but also including some NSFW language.

Those are some strong Reggie Bush feelings right there.

Armstrong was one of the most decorated cyclists after his dominance in the Tour de France from 1999 to 2005, which included seven straight wins.

All seven of Armstrong's wins were voided, including all results going back to August 1998.

Lance Armstrong calls out USC: You s- all over Reggie Bush