"It's hard to say," Hardy said. "You've just got to worry about those cases maybe the person wasn't aware that he wasn't taking something — for that case, that would [stink]. … It's a consequence that I think if you think about it, it's not worth the consequences. People say the risk for reward, you know, it's not worth it. If there was some way to prove, 'Yeah we knew we were cheating,' then yeah. … I just worry about a person who thought they were taking an Aleve and took someone that made a [urine] test go bad."