Mike Golic’s two-plus decade stint on ESPN Radio is coming to an end later this month.
ESPN has officially announced a major shakeup to its daily radio lineup. Golic & Wingo will have their last show at the end of July. Golic, who previously hosted Mike & Mike with Mike Greenberg, is not part of the new lineup.
Golic is not leaving ESPN, though. He’s still under contract and he’s reportedly landed a new gig within the company.
ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter shared the news of Golic’s new gig.
“After leaving ESPN radio later this month, Mike Golic will do work as a college football analyst for ESPN. He will now do what he did during his first 10 years at ESPN,” Schefter tweeted.
After leaving ESPN radio later this month, @espngolic will do work as a college football analyst for ESPN. He will now do what he did during his first 10 years at ESPN.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 13, 2020
Golic, 57, played college football at Notre Dame. He served as the captain of the football team as a senior and went on to become a 10th round pick in the 1985 NFL Draft.
The former Fighting Irish standout played in the NFL from 1985-93. Golic played for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins.
Now, Golic will serve as a college football analyst for the Worldwide Leader. Hopefully we’ll have a season that we can talk about.
The 2020 college football season is scheduled to begin in less than two months.