I'm not really one to read sports books at all, let alone football books, but I have read two this week. They are the only two football books I have every read, but it is a start. Two Minute Drill is a 2012 Young Hoosier Book Award nominee, which is how it made it on to my "to read list". Being a non sports obsessed 11-year-old girl I didn't understand a lot of the talk about the plays and other parts of the technical football stuff. I did, however, like the story because it is sort of related to reading. Jim and Chris's unlikely friendship and the experience of dealing with a learning disability make this book a enjoyable read. It is short and easy to read, like lots of books aimed at boys, and girls will like it.