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by: Black Adam Schefter On  Monday, May 29, 2017
Tags:  Mike Golic   Mike Greenberg  

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Last week, a report surfaced that Mike Golic & Mike Greenberg’s relationship had taken a turn for the worse as they were no longer on speaking terms. This news broke after ESPN officially announced that the long-running Mike & Mike show would be ending, with Greenberg moving to ESPN.

“ESPN Radio is now experiencing some off-camera issues of its own. Multiple ESPN staffers, including current and former employees who have had roles with the show, told SI.com last week that the once-warm relationship between partners Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic has turned icy over the last year, prompting a number of ESPNers to predict that the show will conclude long before this December’s contractual end. The sources said Greenberg and Golic are not talking to each other off the set—and hardly at all before the show or during commercial breaks.

Through an ESPN spokesperson, both Greenberg and Golic declined comment.

“It’s really a poisonous atmosphere right now,” said one longtime ESPNer who has worked on the show. “Most of us don’t see the show lasting through its contractual end [which is believed to be the end of December]. But I give both these guys immense credit because when the light comes on, you would not know what’s going on. They are pros on air.”

“They are marvelous actors on set,” said another ESPN on-air staffer, who speaks to both Greenberg and Golic. “But they barely even make eye contact with each other these days.”

“They virtually ignore each other off air,” said a third ESPN staffer who has previously worked on the show and said such tension has existed since late last year.”

Mike Golic, who’ll have a new co-host later this year, did not appreciate some of his co-workers anonymously speaking about their relationship and not putting their names behind their quotes.

“Greeny and I have talked. Greeny and I are fine,” he said. “In all honesty, I had more of a problem and was a little disappointed that people that work on my show would anonymously throw stuff out there. I’m not a big fan of the anonymous thing.

“If you can’t put your name to it, I don’t know why you’d say it. But Greeny and I are fine. We absolutely are.”



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