PLAYING FOR
THE MOB

Directed by Joe Lavine and Cayman Grant

Mobster Henry Hill, made infamous in "Goodfellas," helped fix college basketball games. This is a tale of greed, betrayal and reckoning. Preview Video  Film page »

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  • Oct. 7 -- Playing for the Mob
  • Henry Hill, made infamous in the movie "Goodfellas," helped fix college games.

  • Oct. 14 -- The Day The Series Stopped
  • People remember the 1989 World Series for the 6.8 earthquake that shook the Bay Area bringing death and destruction.

  • Oct. 21 -- When The Garden Was Eden
  • Madison Square Garden witnessed the glory years of the Knicks.

  • Oct. 28 -- Brian and the Boz
  • Former Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth looks back on the mistakes he made as his alter ego "The Boz."

  • Nov. 4 -- Brothers in Exile
  • Livan and Orlando Hernandez rode their arms to freedom and triumph in the Major Leagues after escaping Cuba.

  • Nov. 11 -- Rand University
  • WR Randy Moss's incredible journey from West Virginia to the NFL.

  • Dec. 13 -- The U Part 2
  • Picks up where the original film left off, with Miami trying to recover from the devastation left by scandals and NCAA sanctions.

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