Days after Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, two ESPN employees who happen to share the same first name, officially announced that their radio show Mike & Mike would be ending this year, a new report from Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated suggests that there might be more to the Mike situation than meets the eye.…
The big Mike news that we all heard about back in January is finally official: Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, the hosts of ESPN’s Mike & Mike radio show, are going their separate ways. This is the end of the Mikes.
Big Mike news this morning. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch is reporting that the Mikes who host ESPN radio’s daily morning show, Mike & Mike, are now just Mike and Mike.
This is the kind of Star Wars/ESPN cross promotion that Disney is going to spend the next few months driving you insane with, but you can’t deny that Frank Caliendo is very good at what he does.
Remember when Mike and Mike landed that interview with Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan? That's right, it happened this morning, but ESPN's Front Row wants to take a second and reflect: How'd we do it?
Here is how we know ESPN hates people with cancer: if you want to donate money to The V Foundation, you're forced to hang out with the likes of Colin Cowherd and Mike & Mike.
If you tuned in to the ambient noise of the ninth circle of hell this morning, you heard Stephen A. Smith on Mike and Mike talking about LeBron James. And why yes, he did throw some shit at the wall. SportsGrid has the audio, as well as this summary:
Sports talk radio, of the aired-on-television variety: still going strong! We would prefer to just leave it at that, and to let you reach your own conclusions about how Mike Greenberg came to wear white jeans and a Bieber wig. Maybe it's just in his nature.
Either someone at Amazon is having a bit of sport with Fat Man and Little Boy's forthcoming Rules for Sports and Life, or the pair has written the definitive treatise on life in North Korea. [Amazon, see "Editorial Reviews"]
After 20 emails, ESPN readers are confused as to why Golic and Greenberg are trying to coax them into entering a contest for a chance to win, what appears to be, two snakes 69-ing on top of a diamond. [ESPN.com]
It's a Mike Golic. The "Mike and Mike" show now has its own website and is running daily photo caption contests for their listeners and ESPN readers. (No Facebook direct connectedness is available. Yet.) The comments have so far been predictably ESPN commenter-like. Observe:
I think it would be a really compelling episode of Mike & Mike in the Morning if Golic, followed by a handheld camera, were to go down to the South Bend police station to bail out his son, Mike Jr. The lad was arrested for drinking at a party, along with other members of the Notre Dame football team, on Saturday…
Bonnie Bernstein, everybody's favorite Jersey sideline reporter, has had a relatively quiet couple of years at ESPN. That is, until a couple of days ago, when she made a bit of a verbal misstep on the Mike and Mike show.
Last Friday night, they held that "Mike And Mike Celebrity Roast" thing in Atlantic City. It was about as entertaining as you'd expected it to be, according to the Press Of Atlantic City. (No offense to Trey Wingo, but when you host half the show, and the other half is hosted by Jeffrey Ross, you're in trouble.) But…
On January 11, 2008, you're likely to still be recovering from Dennis Kucinich's stunning wins in Iowa and New Hampshire on his way to become the 44th President of the United States. So there's not much better way to clear your cluttered mind than to attend the Mike and Mike Celebrity Roast.
We ask with genuine curiosity: Who in the world puts a Fathead on their wall? What started out as an odd marketing campaign with Ben Roethlisberger screaming at us to "get a Fathead," or "be a Fathead," or whatever, has clearly grown into ... well, a larger marketing campaign. We've never quite seen such an…
All right, we'll tell you right now: This is a terrible idea. Not only have we been up since 4:15 this morning, but we're also in the odd position of attempting to type non-stop, for three hours, about the season opener of a team for which we have an emotional connection. And we're going to do it while watching Mike…
The sun is shining these days on ESPN radio host Mike Greenberg. He's on the backup team for "Monday Night Football," he's got a wacky "Everybody Loves Greeny!" book on the shelves, he's introducing spelling bees on network television and he's the official face of Arena Football, for better or worse. Everything's…