Lance Armstrong slams USC for listing perfect record vs. Texas

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Lance Armstrong hasn't forgotten about USC's 41-38 loss to Texas in the 2006 Rose Bowl.

As ESPN's Kyle Bonagura noted Tuesday, USC lists the Trojans as 4-0 all time against the Longhorns, omitting the Rose Bowl game, which was vacated along with all of their wins from the 2005 season due to NCAA violations involving Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush.

Related: USC claims perfect record vs. Texas despite 2006 Rose Bowl defeat

That prompted Armstrong, who himself was stripped of seven Tour de France titles for using performance-enhancing drugs, to put USC on blast for the claim and its treatment of Bush:

Lance Armstrong slams USC for listing perfect record vs. Texas
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