Listed below are some athletes, teams, even a horse, that were stripped of awards, titles or wins due to off-the-field issues.
Lance Armstrong: Finally admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs, Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles.
Joe Paterno: Penn State removed the legendary coach's statue outside the stadium, and 111 of his career wins were erased because of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
Reggie Bush: Five years after winning the Heisman, the former USC running back gave the trophy back in 2010 after his parents were tied to accusations they accepted thousands of dollars from an agent.
Brian Cushing: Testing positive for a banned substance, Cushing still won the 2010 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in a revote but was stripped of his second-team All-Pro status.
Floyd Landis: Years before Amstrong, Landis was stripped of his 2006 Tour de France title.
Michigan basketball: The Fab Five, five highly ranked recruits that arrived the same year, had two Final Four appearances and all their wins stripped from the record books because Chris Webber accepted money.
John Calipari: Final Four appearances at Massachusetts (1996) and Memphis (2008) under Calipari were wiped from the record books. At UMass, it was due to Marcus Camby allegedly taking money from an agent. At Memphis it was using an ineligible player, presumed to be Derrick Rose.
Marion Jones: After testing positive for drugs, one of the greatest female athletes ever was stripped of five medals from the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She also spent five months in jail for lying to federal agents.
Ben Johnson: His 1988 gold medal was given to rival Carl Lewis after Canada's record breaking 100-meter sprinter tested positive for steroids.
Bobby Unser: The renowned race car driver won the Indianapolis 500 on May 24 but five months later (October), officials named Mario Andretti the winner after Unser was penalized for passing during a yellow flag.
Dancer's Image: The horse won the 1968 Kentucky Derby but a lab report revealed he took Phenylbutazone and stripped him of the title and prize money.
Danny Almonte: Weeks after the Bronx team finished third at the Little League World Series, it was discovered Almonte was actually 14 years old, not 12.
Rosie Ruiz: She won the 1980 Boston Marathon, but it was later discovered she had run only about a mile of the 26.2-mile course.
Chinese gymnastics: The team had to give back its bronze medal after it was discovered Dong Fangxiao was two years short of the minimum age of 16.