Shocking no one, Lance Armstrong's attempts at saving his own hide started on tape-delay Thursday evening with his interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Armstrong admitted he wasn't afraid of being caught. He claimed it wasn't "that sophisticated" a doping operation- not as bad as the East Germans of the 1970s in the five-ringed circus and their competitions.
Armstrong admitted to EPO "cocktails" and that while he was a part of the doping culture, he made no effort to stop the culture. He admitted that the seven Tours de France that he won were on doping episodes, but the 2009 and 2010 tours were non-doping tours.
Betsy Andreu, wife of former teammate and Armstrong friend Frankie Andreu, immediately went on the attack against the interview and what wasn't said as much as what was said. She appeared on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" and went after the entire interview and its content.
"It's hard to know what to believe now," Andreu said as part of the discussion group on set with Cooper.
More when we know more... and when CNN turns the Andreu segments- which are must-watch TV...
Here's Betsy Andreu...