I don’t have an ESPN Insider account, but I saw this article posted on the College basketball page:
Zags desperately need Elias Harris
It's a rough run before WCC play, and seeding could ultimately be compromised
By LaRue Cook
The Gonzaga Bulldogs can't beat the Kansas State Wildcats if Elias Harris isn't healthy. According to reports he will play Monday, but, simply put, the Zags' entire season hinges on the health of their star.
He's the most important piece to the Zags' NCAA Tournament puzzle this season because of his ability to bang inside and create second-chance opportunities for a team short on scorers.
But, at the moment, those abilities are missing. Even when he's been in the lineup.
While I agree that Harris is a star and without him healthy, we won’t be at our potential full strength. But that doesn't mean we are helpless, or that without out him we have no hope for the tournament. Has everyone given up on the rest of the team?! I haven't. I keep waiting to see Sacre regularly sacreficing [sic(k)] the opponents at the rim and on the boards. If he acts like the beast he is capable of being and Gray continues to be superhuman, we could be dancing in a rain of wildcat blood.
We could sure use Harris, but we have enough depth, size, and heart (hopefully also of the wildcat-still-beating-in-our-hand-after-ripping-it-out-of-their-chests variety) to get it done without him. This is my call for some sacrefice [sic(k)] on Rob’s part, so we can have some sacreficial [sic(k)] wildcats for dinner.