Mike Golic unplugged: On his ESPN exit, tension with Mike Greenberg, almost teaming with Stugotz and what’s next

Mike Golic unplugged: On his ESPN exit, tension with Mike Greenberg, almost teaming with Stugotz and what’s next

Nearly six months have passed since Mike Golic last appeared on ESPN’s airwaves. That Golic isn’t at ESPN still takes some getting used to given he spent a quarter-century as an ESPN Radio host and NFL and college football analyst for the company, including nearly 18 years as the co-host of the “Mike & Mike” radio show. That program ended in May 2017 with an acrimonious breakup.

Golic’s co-host, Mike Greenberg, went on to front the morning television show “Get Up!” (which premiered in April 2018) while Golic stayed on the ESPN Radio morning show and formed a new partnership with Trey Wingo, and Golic’s son, Mike Golic Jr. Last July, ESPN management announced that “Golic and Wingo” would conclude its run on July 31 before a new weekday lineup debuted last August.

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