Don't forget to eat your vegetables on today's Lunch Trey...
Lance Armstrong has decided not to fight the doping charges leveled against him by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. He'll have to cede his seven Tour de France wins -- and the respect of the world -- as a result. Yahoo!'s Les Carpenter points out that, if he had had a case, Armstrong would have continued to battle to clear his name, which means he's guilty and his achievements tainted. Had just about enough banned-substances bad news in the sports headlines lately? Me too. On the plus side, it's led to some interesting insights; SI's Michael Rosenberg posits that, in the end, we don't really care that Lance cheated. And on Grantland Network's podcast The Triangle, Jonah Keri spoke to Brian Kenny about why fans seem to take baseball doping so much more personally.
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You can give that a listen in the car, or you can try to find Mike Francesa's ten-minute rant after yet another anemic-hitting