Mario Cristobal talks Oregon beating Ohio State and what’s next | The Paul Finebaum Show

Mario Cristobal talks Oregon beating Ohio State and what's next | The Paul Finebaum Show

Oregon Ducks head football coach Mario Cristobal joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss his team’s win vs. Ohio State and what’s next.

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Reacting to Oregon beating Ohio State and what changes they could implement | College Football Live

Reacting to Oregon beating Ohio State and what changes they could implement | College Football Live

On College Football Live, the crew discusses Oregon beating Ohio State in Week 1 and what changes could be on the way for the Buckeyes.

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Anthony Ruggiano on Killing His Brother-in-Law for Beating His Mother (Part 4)

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Part 3: https://youtu.be/Zt4z_DTG2f4
Part 1: https://youtu.be/Ojz_ScGAZH4
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In the latest clip, Anthony Ruggiano described planning a hit on his brother-in-law for beating his mother. While in rehab for cocaine addiction, Ruggiano found out his mother was beaten by his brother-in-law for confronting him about running up a $700 bar tab. After receiving approval from his father and John Gotti, Ruggiano arranged the hit by luring his brother-in-law to a social club to discuss a score. After the triggerman killed his brother-in-law, Ruggiano explained how the body was disposed of and never found. He also noted that the murder happened in 1988, but he wasn’t charged until 2005.

Anthony Ruggiano on Killing His Brother-in-Law for Beating His Mother (Part 4)

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Part 3: https://youtu.be/Zt4z_DTG2f4
Part 1: https://youtu.be/Ojz_ScGAZH4
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In the latest clip, Anthony Ruggiano described planning a hit on his brother-in-law for beating his mother. While in rehab for cocaine addiction, Ruggiano found out his mother was beaten by his brother-in-law for confronting him about running up a $700 bar tab. After receiving approval from his father and John Gotti, Ruggiano arranged the hit by luring his brother-in-law to a social club to discuss a score. After the triggerman killed his brother-in-law, Ruggiano explained how the body was disposed of and never found. He also noted that the murder happened in 1988, but he wasn’t charged until 2005.

Tom Cotton: ‘Taliban goons’ are beating Americans, taking passports

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Malik Lee on Getting 16 Months in Jail After Beating Murder Case with Snoop (Part 17)

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Part 16: https://youtu.be/iOAsNc5MC1g
Part 1: https://youtu.be/zkHOrD2BwfM
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In the latest clip, Malik Lee talked about receiving a 16-month sentence after beating his murder charge. The incident occurred when he was convicted of violating an ex-girlfriend’s restraining order. The ex-girlfriend later admitted she lied and apologized but Lee still ended up serving three months of his sentence. Ultimately, he was arrested six more times, for petty crimes, after beating his murder charge.