"I took one day after the game to kind of just feel bad about it, be discouraged about it, be upset, be sad, whatever," said Ross. "Then the next day I flushed it. I just tried my best to move forward. And think about OK, who am I trying to become now. What am I working toward?"
All I can say about this is, I'm happy for him. I hate it when athletes get death threats over stuff like this. Luckily, he didn't get any. If he did, he didn't deserve them.