Popular ESPN Radio personality will reportedly become college football analyst
Popular ESPN Radio personality Mike Golic’s last day co-hosting “Golic and Wingo” will be July 31, but he already has his next gig setup.
Adam Schefter reported that Golic will now become a college football analyst with the Worldwide Leader. As Schefter reports, Golic started at ESPN as a college football analyst for 10 years.
ESPN Radio announced last week that “Golic and Wingo,” which started in 2017, won’t return beginning August 1, as both contracts were set to expire. Trey Wingo stepped in for Mike Greenberg, who moved to hosting “Get Up!” Previously, Golic co-hosted the popular “Mike and Mike” morning radio show with Greenberg.
Golic graduated from Notre Dame in 1985, and he was drafted into the NFL. He went on to become an 8-year NFL veteran defensive tackle with the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins.
Golic, 57, had been part of ESPN Radio for 20 years, and he’s had a remarkable career in the field.