publication date: Friday, November 23, 2012 (part of Fall 2012)

category: Sports

clue: He triumphed over other cyclists year after year in France and even beat cancer, but doping allegations eventually dragged him down.

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, Justin Woods, LaVonne Lemler, Chris Lemler, Joanna Woods, and Aaron Shurtleff

trivia: This goo was originally created for the "Pride Goeth Before a Fall" theme. Scott initially considered Armstrong, Richard Nixon, Brett Favre, and Paul Reubens for the theme, but didn't want to use any of them because they had already been goos in the past. He wound up replacing Armstrong with James Frey, and then found so many other good possibilities that he expanded the theme to two weeks.

Fall 2012 Bonus Goos: You know what comes after everyone gorging themselves on a big tournament? A week of leftovers. Enjoy these six extra goos before the winter season begins on December 3.

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