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That's A Wrap: "Mike & Mike" Concludes 18-Year Run On ESPN Radio

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 17 / 17

ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike" concluded its 18-year run on Friday, with family members joining Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic on set for the show's final moments. Greenberg's voice cracked slightly as he said, “It doesn’t end for either of us, but the most important words that I can thin...

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