ESPN's Mike Golic on the end of 'Mike & Mike,' his love for Cleveland and the state of the Browns

Tuesday, 14 November 2017, 09:20:55 PM. After 18 years on the air, 'Mike & Mike' signs off for the final time this Friday.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- After 18 years on the air, "Mike & Mike" signs off for the final time this Friday. The popular morning sports talk show on ESPN Radio and ESPN2 hosted by Mike Greenberg and Cleveland native Mike Golic is coming to an end this week as Greenberg moves on to a new morning show on ESPN television while Golic remains in their familiar 6-10 a.m. timeslot alongside a new partner, Trey Wingo. During a recent interview with, Golic, the pride of St. Joseph High School and former Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle, talked about the end of "MIke & Mike," starting a new show, his love for Cleveland and the current state of the city's three sports teams. JM: This is the last week of "Mike & MIke." Describe your emotions. MG: It's kind of weird because there hasn't been a ton of emotion. For the last few months, I've been preparing for the next show. Had I been done with ESPN and retiring at the end of this week, I would've been more nostalgic, but, honestly, I don't have a lot of time to do that. JM: When the show first started all those years ago, did you ever think it would last this long? MG: Oh no. I don't think anybody did. I played nine years in the NFL and felt pretty good about it. When this starts, you have no idea, you just do the best show you can. There's no way from Day 1 did we think 18 years later we'd going into in the [National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting] Hall of Fame or get a chance to do all the things we've done. JM: How...Read more
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