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With the latest report released by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, including details of blood transfusions and EPO distribution, many fans have changed their tune about Lance Armstrong and the allegations he used performance-enhancing drugs. Did your opinion of Armstrong switch after the evidence given by 11 of his former teammates, including George Hincapie and Levi Leipheimer, was revealed?

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What's Lance Armstrong's legacy, now that he has given up his fight against the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency on allegations he used performance-enhancing drugs? Some say his decision to end the battle amounts to an admission of guilt. Others blame USADA for pursuing Armstrong and ruling against him despite his having passed hundreds of doping tests. Many others say his fight against cancer is more important than whether or not he used PEDs. What's your take on Lance Armstrong now?

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Michael Jordan Would you perform better at work if Michael Jordan were around?
His Airness is an inspirational, honorary assistant to U.S. captain Fred Couples during the Presidents Cup in San Francisco. He's also smoking cigars.

Brett Favre Is Brett Favre the most overrated player in the NFL?
He owns many quarterback records but only one Super Bowl ring. No other quarterback gets more media love and mixed reaction from fans.

Lance Armstrong Is Lance Armstrong's endorsing beer a good or bad idea?
The seven-time Tour de France winner, who spends much of his time advocating for cancer research, will be the spokesman for Michelob Ultra.

Braylon Edwards Which fan base made out better with its team's WR addition?
On the same morning the 49ers finally signed first-round draft pick Michael Crabtree, the Browns traded Braylon Edwards to the Jets.

Alex Rodriguez How will Alex Rodriguez fare in the first round?
A-Rod's reputation in the postseason isn't positive in New York, but a 27th title would change everything. He hit 30 homers and drove in 100 runs this season.

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Michelle Beadle and Colin Cowherd are better than two grand slams in the same inning. Check them out on "SportsNation" TV.

Ignore the pitch counts, discuss the hot topics, vote on the biggest stories of the day and chat during the show on ESPN2 at 4 p.m. ET.

Kissing What are your thoughts on public displays of affection?
Kate Hudson and Alex Rodriguez went public with their romance this weekend. And there are all those happy couples and proposals in the stands.

Penn State Does being rated the nation's No. 1 party school help or hurt recruiting?
Penn State is at the top of the list this year. Who doesn't want to have fun at college? What's this talk of going to class and practice, anyway?

Michael Vick If you went to jail for two years would your job welcome you back?
Roger Goodell is giving Michael Vick a chance, if any team will sign him. Would the bosses where you work be as accommodating?

Lance Armstrong Is trash talking among athletes good or bad for sports?
Alberto Contador has nothing nice to say about Lance Armstrong. Good thing they'll be racing on different teams next year in the Tour de France.

Shaq Should Shaq be allowed to do whatever he wants?
The big guy is everywhere: Twitter, TV, Cleveland. Besides being a basketball behemoth, he's also a cultural colossus.

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If Michelle Beadle is wearing the yellow jersey after two days of "SportsNation" TV, co-host Colin Cowherd is second by only tenths of a second.

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Ron Artest

Will Ron Artest win a championship with the Lakers?
If Phil Jackson could handle Dennis Rodman, Ron Artest should be no problem. But what if the newest Lakers star is not as good as Trevor Ariza?

Utah Utes

Do teams like Utah have a fair shot at the BCS title game?
Complaints and congressional hearings abound for the college football postseason, but what about beefing up the schedule?

LeBron James

Would you rather watch LeBron dunking or being dunked on?
Let's go to the tape to see Xavier University sophomore Jordan Crawford dunking on LeBron James. Wait, maybe not. Nike reportedly confiscated the footage.

Roy Halladay

Would you donate $100 to your team's Roy Halladay fund?
There are plenty of pitching-hungry fans out there (just listen to the screaming by Mets followers). Time to break out the checkbooks.

Utah Utes

Is second place a failure for Lance Armstrong?
It's obvious after the first few days of the Tour de France that Lance isn't conceding the race to teammate Alberto Contador or any other cyclist.

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