Books, TV Shows, Movies and Video Games I'm taking in.
  1. Lou Tepper's Book on Complete Linebacking: For coaching or evaluation, a great teaching tool for football aficionados
  2. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates: First person perspective on violence against African Americans. Beautifully written and powerful.
  3. True Detective Season 2: Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn underwhelm in their lead roles, but the show's saving grace is great writing and a great performance by Rachel McAdams
  4. Generation Kill: Incredibly realistic take on Operation Iraqi Freedom. Great dialogue throughout.
  5. The Gallows: Decent Found Footage Horror Film with jump scares and a fun twist. Good watch but nothing special.
  6. Sniper Elite 3: Very tactical, third person shooter with fun graphics and ballistics. Unimaginable storyline makes game feel repetitive, though.
  7. Madden 15: Self explanatory and wonderful, but would love more options from a strategic and team building standpoint.