Expert knowledge of: Subhuman physical ability; circulating levels of testosterone; masking agents 
Publication that needs it most: ESPN

Between Lance Armstrong's interview with Oprah and Alex Rodriguez's pending suspension, 2013 was a banner year for steroids in sports. In fact, it feels a lot like it did during the blissfully ignorant '90s, when a juiced-out Mark McGwire was peppering balls off of the St. Louis Arch with absolute impunity. If you look at the freakish physiques, dirty drug tests, and rapidly advancing measurables of today's athletes, it doesn't seem like much has changed since the wake of the "Steroid Era." Someone with immense resources and deep pockets *cough* ESPN *cough* should take the reporting on freebasing bull-moose urine to another level.