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McIlroy quit midway through his second round at PGA National, where he was the defending champion, initially telling reporters he was in “a bad place mentally” and then issuing a statement citing severe toothache as the reason for withdrawing. He admits that was still “no excuse” for quitting, admitting he lost control of rational thinking after a flurry of dropped shots and concedes his tooth problem was a flimsy reason for pulling out. But he has promised to learn from his mistakes, saying: “I had a lot of time to think about it and realised pretty quickly it wasn’t the right thing to do.” Press Association Speaking at a pre-tournament press conference ahead of this week’s WGC-Cadillac Championship in Miami, McIlroy added: “No matter how bad I was playing I should have stayed out there. At that point in time I was all over the place and saw red. It was a mistake, everyone makes mistakes. I am learning from them. “Some people have the pleasure I guess of making mistakes in private, most of my mistakes are in the public eye. I regret what I did but it’s over now and it won’t happen again. “I actually think in the long run Friday will be a blessing in disguise. It was like it just relieved a valve and all that pressure I was putting on myself just went away. It’s not life or death out there, it’s only a game and I had sort of forgotten that this year.” Asked which reason for withdrawing was true, McIlroy added: “Both. I wasn’t in a good place. Mentally my head was all over the place but at the same time I have been struggling with my lower right wisdom tooth for over a year. “I had braces on for six months last year to try to relieve some of the pressure on it, I am taking medication until I get home to Northern Ireland and see my dentist, who would be the only guy I trust to take it out. My tooth was bothering me, but it wasn’t bothering me enough to quit. “When the going gets tough I have to stick in there a bit more and grind it out. There is no excuse for quitting and it doesn’t set a good example for the kids watching. “I feel like I let a lot of people down and for that I am very sorry.” Rory McIlroy believes last week’s controversial withdrawal from the Honda Classic could prove a blessing in disguise as he looks to play golf with a smile on his face once more.
Cashing in? · A former member of Mayo’s inner-circle says Floyd paid a Mayo confidant $1,000 – Joel Zink | Summer TrojanA former member of O.J. Mayo’s inner circle claimed that USC men’s basketball coach Tim Floyd directly paid at least $1,000 in cash to Mayo’s closest confidant, according to a report published by Yahoo! Sports.If found to be true by the NCAA, the alleged incident would constitute a major violation and could have repercussions for the university in various forms of sanctions.USC’s basketball and football programs are already under NCAA investigation for allegations stemming from Mayo and former football player Reggie Bush. Last May, Johnson claimed that Rodney Guillory gave Mayo about $30,000 in improper benefits. A former sportswriter, Johnson was once a close confidant of Mayo’s but had a falling out with the player and subsequently came forward with the alleged violations, appearing on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” to break the story.Officials from USC have declined comment since the story broke.“As you know, USC can’t comment on any issue that’s the subject of an ongoing NCAA and Pac-10 investigation,” USC general counsel Carol Mauch Amir told Yahoo! Sports.The latest allegation claims that three months after Mayo had committed to play at USC, Guillory and Johnson met Floyd in Beverly Hills, Calif., before preparing to go to Las Vegas for the NBA’s All-Star Weekend. After Johnson circled the block while Floyd and Guillory met for 15 minutes, Guillory returned to the car with an envelope that showed multiple $100 dollar bills inside and “had ‘substantially’ more than $1,000,” according to the initial report by Yahoo! Sports.The information about the alleged payment from Guillory to Floyd was not included in Johnson’s interview with “Outside the Lines.”According to multiple reports, Guillory is under federal investigation for some of his financial dealings tied to Mayo. Guillory also has a history with the NCAA after being found to have given extra benefits to former USC basketball player Jeff Trepagnier and former Fresno State basketball player Tito Maddox.