Fred Ettish had a great post about this right when it happened:
"I had to bury my newborn son almost 10 yrs ago. There is no way to explain the pain, the loss, the devastation, the desperation, the anger, the emptiness, the confusion. It wrecked me for a very long time, and I am convinced now, after all this time, that you never really "get over it". I can not imagine going into the biggest fight/opportunity of my life under those circumstances. It was all I could do to just get through a day, sometimes even just an hour. If you have not gone through it, there is no way you can understand. Anyone who disrespects Gonzaga or makes light of what he went and is going through is way out of line, in my opinion.
My best wishes, prayers, and greatest respect go out to Gonzaga and his family.