. The names of the eight XFL teams--all owned by the league and NBC--set the tone these males seek: Birmingham Bolts, San Francisco Demons, Orlando Rage, Los Angeles Xtreme, Memphis Maniax, Chicago Enforcers, Las Vegas Outlaws, New York/New Jersey Hitmen. Previewing the XFL, the magazine Business 2.0 notes that McMahon's WWF extravaganzas have featured faux-wrestlers pretending to wallop each other with flaming two-by-fours wrapped in barbed wire, mock crucifixions, nun wrestling, and simulated drug use and masturbation. Now, you 12-to-24 males: Are you ready for some football? How about--this is reportedly planned--cameras in the cheerleaders' locker room? The XFL will encourage players to date cheerleaders, some of whom will be seated with the broadcasters, who will be in the stands. So, McMahon explains, ``when the quarterback fumbles or the wideout drops a pass--and we know who he's dating--I want our reporters right back in her face on the sidelines demanding to know whether the two of them did the wild thing last night." A McMahon assistant calls the XFL ``reality programming wrapped in a sporting event." Actually, it is redundant proof that, on television, ``reality programming" is an oxymoron, and that enough wrapping--the Super Bowl is coming close to this--can annihilate the sporting component of an event. Comedian Robin Williams says cocaine is God's way of telling users that they have too much money. The XFL is God's way of telling America that it has too much leisure time.