You need to read these CLASSIC FOOTBALL STORIES.  THEY ARE THE BEST! BY MATT CHRISTOPHER

After leading the Greyhawks to victory one afternoon, right tackle Scott Kramer is shattered when marijuana is discovered in his duffel bag.  Scott has never touched marijuana – he doesn’t even smoke cigarettes – but the coach finds it hard to believe that someone else planted the pot there, and without any proof, he has no choice but to kick Scott off the team.  Read this exciting story how Scott traps the culprit.

Buzz and Corky are identical twins, but not very much alike. Corky, outgoing and popular, plays tackle on the Otters’ football team. Buzz, the school chess champion, is quiet and reserved. One day they change places and all sorts of complications arise.

Bernie Morello knew how to play football, but he didn’t know how to fit in with the boys from the better side of town where his new school was located. Bernie came from across town, where the hard-working immigrant families lived. How Bernie lost a game but won the respect of his fellow players marks the climax of this thrilling football story.

Rocky Fletcher is the wide receiver for the Pythons. But, ever since his best friend and teammate, Bobby, broke his leg, his coaches want him to learn the safety position, too. The only other player available is Jared, who doesn’t even seem to like football. Yet as time goes on, it’s Jared who excels at the position because, thanks to Bobby, Rocky keeps missing practices! Is Bobby purposely keeping Rocky from practice? And why is Jared playing...

Will Jim’s fear keep him from being the best? Jim Nardi could be the Vulcans’ number one linebacker. He’s fast and strong, and he has good hands. But he also has one major problem: He’s afraid of being tackled. His teammates are disgusted with him, and his older brother, the Vulcans’ coach, is disappointed. Then one person steps forward to give Jim the help he needs—but will it be enough?

Freddie Chase is a good football player with one major flaw: He’s afraid to tackle. He tries hard to cover up his fear, but soon Coach Sears and the other Sandpipers know all about it. The team is fighting to finish the season at the top of the league, but how can they hope to succeed when one of their players lets the opposition run right by him? Coach Sears has no choice but to take Freddie out of the lineup. Now it’s up to Freddie to earn h...

When a friend stops writing, there’s trouble brewing… Larry would give anything to have his father spend just one afternoon at the football field instead of in his law office. He takes some consolation in the letters he receives from his football hero, Yancey Foote. But then the letters stop coming. When Larry learns why, he knows he has to do something—and that means convincing his father to take notice of the problem. But will his dad be wil...

Can Michael and Tom read each other’s minds? Michael and Tom Curtis are identical twins who share a love of football. Unfortunately, because of a tragic accident, Michael must watch from the sidelines as his brother calls the plays on the football field. During one game Michael concentrates very hard on a play he thinks could help the team, and Tom calls the exact play a split second later! Is it coincidence, or can the boys communicate throug...

Cap Wadell loves football; unfortunately, living in a rural town of 1,223 people makes putting together a team a little difficult. His grandfather suggests that Cap organize a local six-man team and play with other surrounding small towns. Recruiting players, finding uniforms, locating a field to play on, and securing a rule book are all easily done, but one major problem remains – who is going to coach this team? Cap thinks his grandfather is...