Roundup: Man Fends Off Bear Attack with Wine Bottle; Filthy Jadeveon Clowney Highlight & Shark Near West Coast Surfers

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 12:  Katie Cleary attends the Weinstein Company's 2014 Golden Globe Awards after party on January 12, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images)

Roundup: Man Fends Off Bear Attack with Wine Bottle; Filthy Jadeveon Clowney Highlight & Shark Near West Coast Surfers

Roundup

Roundup: Man Fends Off Bear Attack with Wine Bottle; Filthy Jadeveon Clowney Highlight & Shark Near West Coast Surfers

Katie Cleary, who was once on Deal or No Deal … a Canadian man fended off a bear attack with a wine bottle … how much is Sean Hannity damaging his brand by backing Donald Trump? … “Young Millennials Love Obama, But Clinton Is Struggling To Win Them Over” … someone actually ranked all 314 Bruce Springsteen songsoff-duty cop saves lives in Minnesota shopping mall by shooting and killing a man on a stabbing rampage … if you’ve ridden the scrambler at a carnival before, you won’t have a difficult time picturing this accident10 years after being kidnapped at gunpoint, victim goes to jail to meet his kidnappers … anyone watching Tig Notaro’s show, “One Mississippi?” … 

The parallels of Nothing Lasts Forever, starring Rex Ryan, Darrelle Revis and Robert Griffin III. [Full 3-Hour Radio Show; 30-Minute Podcast]

The most powerful sports read of the weekend: Mike Wise on Penn State and Joe Paterno, with an ending you probably aren’t ready for. [Undefeated]

Jim Brown killed Colin Kaepernick with the kindness, and then added this, “The only thing I fear is that their popularity and their money is so big, they get thrust into leadership roles that they aren’t capable of intellectually fulfilling.” [Syracuse.com]

Iman Shumpert is bragging in a rap that he will “take me a knee for the anthem.” [NYDN]

TV ratings for the US Open were down significantly. Not really breaking news: Stars matter. [Tennis.com]

I had no idea playing Madden taught anyone anything about football. I thought playing, watching, and reading about football did that. [NYT Magazine]

After a 38-year career at one paper, sports columnist Jim Donaldson is retiring. [Providence Journal]

“PBR upset with Charlotte arena ‘agenda’ after armed color guard turned away.” [The Sporting News]

Wall Street Journal writes about WNBA shooter, and to get people interested, they tossed Stephen Curry’s name in the headline. [WSJ]

The New Orleans Saints are accusing Odell Beckham of “cheating.” [NY Post]

Is this a great white shark jumping out of the water for no reason? Yes, those are surfers nearby.

Your boy predicted the Rams upset of the Seahawks.

Not a huge Metallica fan, but these kids can play.

I hope Mr. Clowney stays healthy all season. So fun to watch.

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