Talk about dialing up a snappy comeback pattern.

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Talk about dialing up a snappy comeback pattern.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers wore a navy-blue tuxedo to the Oscars and actress-girlfriend Olivia Munn wore an orange dress, leading to this Twitter exchange:

Chicago Bears: “Everyone wants to wear the #BearsBlueandOrange.”

Ex-Packers tight end Tom Crabtree: “Well, he owns you, so he can do what he wants with your colors.”

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• At “54 years ago, Wilt Chamberlain seemingly scored at will. He also tallied 100 points in an NBA game.”

• At “It’s going to be weird seeing Arian Foster on another team’s injury report.”

Scheduled to open in Los Angeles in the next couple months: the Museum of Broken Relationships.

Insiders say the Browns-Manziel exhibit alone is worth the price of admission.

Kobe Bryant ranks dead last among qualified NBA players — 117th! — in field-goal accuracy: 35.1 percent.

To put that in perspective, the Phillies had a better chance of winning a game last season, at 38.9.

Among BYU’s latest class of football recruits: 6-foot-2, 305-pound JC transfer Handsome Tanielu.

He lists his positions as DT, NT and GQ.

• Brad Dickson of the Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald, on Shaquille O’Neal getting his own statue outside Staples Center: “For nostalgia’s stake, it will be erected in the general vicinity of where his free-throw attempts used to land.”

• Syndicated columnist Norman Chad, on Steph Curry’s NBA wizardry: “He’s Picasso and everyone else is painting-by-numbers.”

• Greg Cote of the Miami Herald, after Gianni Infantino was elected FIFA president: “Infantino immediately thanked all of the voters who’d accepted his bribes. Oh, I’m just kidding! Probably.”

About two dozen prisoners ran 105 laps inside the penitentiary walls at this year’s annual San Quentin Marathon.

Though progressive inmates are reportedly pushing to replace it with a pole-vault competition.