Shields and Brooks on Scott Brown, Super Bowl and Deer Antler Spray

On this edition of the Doubleheader, where we tackle the sport of politics and the politics of sports, syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks begin with the decision by former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown to not seek the seat vacated by John Kerry. Brown had won the seat vacated by the late Sen. Ted Kennedy — with significant consequences — but he lost his bid for re-election to Elizabeth Warren.

We shift gears with the pundits’ picks for the big game this weekend and a conversation about Deer Antler Spray and the lengths pro athletes go to these day to gain an edge or stay competitive.

Joshua Barajas shot and edited this video. You can subscribe to Hari on Facebook, Google Plus and on Twitter: