Team Hid details of family health A member of The NCAA Men's College Basketball Tournament's Final Four was disqualified from competition today when it was learned that they did not have a sufficiently compelling human storyline to exploit on the CBS telecast of the worldwide sporting event. It was learned that The University of Florida Gators, the expelled team, did not have any sick family members, Down Syndrome sisters, career-threatening injuries, look-a-like coaching brothers and did not overcome any personal tragedy of any kind before making the Final Four, NCAA officials revealed today. "Had any Gator player just had an organ donation as either a donor or a recipient, that would have been acceptable to us," an NCAA spokesman told reporters. "However, they did not." According to sources close to the Florida basketball program, The Gators had concealed the fact that they mostly come from healthy, intact families that never lost their homes to a flood, tornado or sinkhole. But what may have sealed the team's doom, sources said, was their utter lack of a gravely ill family member to win a championship for. "The Gators did their best to hide their backgrounds from team NCAA and CBS officials," one source said. "But when the truth came out, they were finished." Speaking to reporters in Dallas, CBS sports chief, Dick Ebersol was even less charitable, terming Florida's actions "a reprehensible betrayal." "We do our best to check out all of the athletes to make sure that their backgrounds are full of compelling human drama, but we can't catch everything," Mr. Ebersol said. "This is a case of one really bad team exploiting the system."