I came across an article through Bustle titled 10 Football Books to Get You Into The Super Bowl Spirit (Even If You Couldn't Care Less About The Big Game) by Stephanie Long. In the article, Long writes the following:
Whether you’re a football fan or not, it’s hard to avoid pre-Super Bowl hype. But why would you want to? Super Bowl Sunday brings a lot to the table beyond the delicious finger foods. There are the parties, the commercials, and of course, the half-time show. It’s not just a game; it’s an experience. And yes, the game… this year will be a battle between the defending champions, the Seattle Seahawks, and the always competitive New England Patriots, back for their fourth time in 10 years.
Unless you’re one of the fans frantically trying to book a ticket to Arizona, you could sit back, relax, and ponder Katy Perry’s set list while you wait for February 1 to arrive. But again, why would you want to? There’s no reason to limit your Super Bowl fun to just one day.
As a reader, I recommend turning to books to get in the football spirit. There’s no shortage of material on the nation’s most popular sport, and it’s not all just meant for diehard fans. You can find everything from true accounts of what goes on inside locker rooms to romance novels about fictional players fighting to win the hearts of jock-hating ladies. (Oh, and then there’s that stuff that Tim Riggins wrote.)Click on the above link to learn, which books are for football fans.
I'm not into football, so will be missing the Superbowl altogether this afternoon. The only thing worthwhile to watch are the commercials and I can always catch those later on YouTube.