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October 26, 2011
Leave your answer in the comments box, and you might find yourself in a future issue of RedEye. Follow @redeyesportsguy for daily details about Five on Five openings. 1. You know it's college basketball season when … 2. How does your favorite college hoops team look? 3. Managerial searches are to the Cubs as … 4. How will the Bears greet former teammate Chris Harris on Sunday? 5. Instead of orange cleats, Bears receiver Edgar Bennett should wear …        
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November 20, 2011
Leave your answer in the comments box, and you might find yourself in a future issue of RedEye.    1. Why doesn't the NFL like Earl Bennett wearing orange cleats? 2. Why is there a Bears defensive scheme called the “nickel smoke”? 3. How did Patrick Kane celebrate his 23 rd birthday over the weekend? 4. Who's the better player at 23 years old: Derrick Rose or Kane? 5. America won the Presidents Cup. Insert your trash talk to the world here.
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November 13, 2011 | RedEye
Orange you glad the Bears wore those jerseys Sunday? Ugh. Sorry. For the second time this season, the Bears donned their orange jerseys, and the results were about as good as they could have hoped. So, what how did orange help the Bears? Let us count the ways.   Orange Julius Bears defensive end Julius Peppers forces a Calvin "Megatron" Johnson fumble with a vicious pro wrestling-style clothesline on the Lions' first drive. Brian Urlacher recovers, and the Bears jump out to a 7-0 lead on a Matt Forte touchdown run four plays later.
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November 13, 2011 | RedEye
Orange you glad the Bears wore those jerseys Sunday? Ugh. Sorry. For the second time this season, the Bears donned their orange jerseys, and the results were about as good as they could have hoped. So, what how did orange help the Bears? Let us count the ways.   Orange Julius Bears defensive end Julius Peppers forces a Calvin "Megatron" Johnson fumble with a vicious pro wrestling-style clothesline on the Lions' first drive. Brian Urlacher recovers, and the Bears jump out to a 7-0 lead on a Matt Forte touchdown run four plays later.
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