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Mike and Mike in the Morning

ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike premiered October 12, 1998 and is carried by more than 310 affiliates nationwide. Co-hosts Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic have anchored the daily drivetime show every weekday on ESPN since December 30, 1999.

Prior to joining ESPN, Greenberg had worked as a sports anchor/reporter for the regional cable news network CLTV in Chicago, Ill., since April 1995. While there, he covered all local sports teams for the 24-hour cable news network, anchored sportscasts and hosted SportsPage, a one-hour Sunday night program featuring live guests and viewer calls.

Golic is a nine-year NFL veteran, playing defensive tackle for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins. During his seven years in Philadelphia, he began his television career with a weekly segment on the Randle Cunningham Show. He received a Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Award for his feature “Golic’s Got It.”


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Kicking Coach Brian Jackson Analyzes Alabama’s Kicking Game Issues [Audio]

As the 2017 season approaches, fans and media will scrutinize the strengths and weaknesses of various teams across college football.

While most spectators will look to see how Alabama replaces a number of leaders on defense, the Crimson Tide has to replace placekicker Adam Griffith, Cooper Bateman at holder and Cole Mazza at long snapper...

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Former UA Defensive Coordinator Explains the Role of an Analyst [Audio]

Regardless of the level of football, coaching can influence areas of a team such as discipline, preparation and consistency in performance.

An aspect of the coaching profession that Nick Saban and other college football coaches use to gain an edge on Saturdays is with coaching analysts...

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Bama in the Big Leagues: Calendar Turns to August


As the trade deadline approaches, teams across Major League Baseball look ahead to their final 60 games of the regular season.

For players like Tommy Hunter, Jimmy Nelson, Josh Rutledge and David Robertson, their contributions over the final two months of the season could make a difference in whether their teams make the playoffs.


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