So you say there is a chance?
Mike Golic appeared on “The Dan Patrick Show” Monday. As is often the case when Golic is interviewed, the idea of a “Mike & Mike” meeting was brought up.
What gave this event extra weight is that the question was asked by someone who is asked similarly about their own ex-partner ESPN, as people are constantly wondering if Dan Patrick will collaborate on again with Keith Olbermann, as they did in good days. of the “Sports Center” of the 1990s.
“The stand-pat response is basically that it’s not going to happen,” Golic said. “But I guess the best answer would be this is a crazy business where paths cross and re-cross all the time, so you can never say never.”
Golic’s brain seemed equivocal in real time, as it reversed course once again.
“Having said that, you can probably end him like Mike Tomlin and say it’s never going to happen,” Golic said.
Golic is the one who was looked down upon the most during the breakup. Mike Greenberg left his dynastic radio at the end of 2017 to start “Get Up” on ESPN television in 2018. Golic went on to be associated with Trey Wingo, and both have since left the company.
Last year, as ESPN Radio’s programming changed, Golic’s wife Christine said her husband had a ‘Mike & Mike’ reunion, but the idea was turned down.
Maybe one day Golic and Greenberg could get together for a big charity gala, like Mike and the Mad Dog did for a fun night out in 2016 at Radio City Music Hall, but it doesn’t seem particularly likely that “Mike & Mike” will someday be a regular program again.
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