Book Club?

It's the heart of the off-season. Much of no consequence is likely to happen in the foregoing weeks and months, at least until training camp. Maybe you can lie to yourself that USFL football is a worthy investment of your time. You could watch more highlight reel footage of our draft picks and UDFAs, but somehow that too will likely be unfulfilling. And, do you really want to dig into college prospects yet? So, instead, you merely wait in the drudgery of the offseason--hoping for a football story of any consequence.

With the hyperbole over, I'm wondering if there is any interest in a StampedeBlue Book Club? I'm starting a new football book presently ("Match Quarters" by Cody Alexander, available on Kindle, with about a 4 hour total read time). The book talks about modern defensive, split field pass coverage schemes.

The goal would be to read about 25 Kindle pages every week, and be finished in 10 weeks, when training camp starts. I would just open a new FanPost thread weekly for us to note any questions or comments in, regarding our weekly reading.

My thought was that doing this can occupy our time, while also making us better fans of the game and our team. I'm also open to other book suggestions, if there is interest.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Stampede Blue's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Stampede Blue's writers or editors.