Danny Sheridan Is Real Sorry For Trolling Everyone Over This Cam Newton Stuff
You might know Danny Sheridan as an oddsmaker...but if you've come to know him more recently, you might think of him as the guy who claimed to have inside info about the Cam Newton pay-for-play scandal, went on the radio to talk about it with Alabama-based host Paul Finebaum...and wouldn't spill the beans, leading to a general belief that he didn't really have any good info. That belief was seemingly confirmed when, after he talked to the NCAA, that organization released a clearly-irritated statement regarding Sheridan's "vague, unsubstantiated claims."
And now, it appears the scope of the reputation-ruining mess Sheridan's gotten himself into had dawned on the guy. Sheridan talked about his trolling campaign today to CBS' Gregg Doyel, and though it's probably too little, too late for anyone to consider him a trustworthy source on anything again, he's doing the only thing he can after multiple self-inflicted wounds: acknowledging that what he's done is very dumb.
"I never should have got involved." Gee, you think? And based on that NCAA statement, it took him a while to learn that lesson. Oh well. Sheridan's doing all he can do at this point. We'll never take a word he says on anything not related to oddsmaking seriously again, but he's doing all he can. Unfortunately, he can't take back that Finebaum show.
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