I have a lot to accomplish here still. I've got the indoor 400-meter championship under my belt, and I want to get the 200 championship under my belt. And I want to get some outdoor championships, the 200 or the 400, or maybe both. And I want to try to get the most All-American titles in school history.
It was a big loss to me because, for one, I was trying to do something nobody had ever done before. The fact is that now he has the bragging rights. I'm going to get him back in the outdoor. There's not a doubt in my mind that if I'd have been just running the 200 like him then I would've beat him. And I think he knows that too.
It's not necessarily that he beat me. When you let someone who'd never won beat you before, it's the way they carry themselves after they beat you. He's already kind of a cocky, flamboyant guy. He won, so he has this title under his belt, so I know he's going to act now. I'm just going to get him next time.
If somebody offers you a million dollars over a few years, and you're not going to look at it, you're crazy. But on the other hand, you talk to anybody who went pro early, sometimes they say they regret it. A lot of them wish they would've stayed in college to be around the college atmosphere and get an education.