The wait is over – the much-anticipated debut of ESPN Radio AM 590 ’s new morning drive show Golic and Wingo, hosted by Mike Golic and Trey Wingo. The program, which teams sports broadcasting legend Golic together with longtime NFL host Wingo, broadcasts weekdays from 5-9am on ESPN Radio AM 590. Mike Golic Jr., who hosts his own national ESPN Radio show (First and Last) and has been a frequent contributor on other ESPN Radio programs, will join the show for one hour daily.
Golic and Wingo will also be available via ESPNRadio.com, the ESPN app, SiriusXM Channel 80, Apple Music, Slacker Radio and TuneIn. A daily podcast will also post on ESPNRadio.com and will be accessible through the ESPN app. It will also simulcast on ESPN2.
CO-HOST, GOLIC AND WINGO
Mike Golic is the co-host of ESPN Radio’s new weekday morning drive show, Golic and Wingo, alongside Trey Wingo and Mike Golic Jr. Golic formerly co-hosted the long-running Mike & Mike, on which he partnered with Mike Greenberg for nearly 18 years.
Golic joined ESPN in 1995 as an NFL studio analyst on NFL 2Night and later joined NFL Live – where he and Wingo worked together in 2003 when it debuted. He was also a color commentator for the Arena Football League (1996-98, 2007-08) and ESPN/ABC college football games until the mid-nineties. He is a nine-year NFL veteran, who played defensive tackle for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins.
On January 3, 2000, Golic and Greenberg ushered in ESPN Radio’s then-called Mike & Mike in the Morning show, which featured Golic as the ex-jock and NFLer complement to Greenberg’s sports fan and germaphobe persona. The duo announced the show would conclude after almost two decades on November 17, 2017, closing the book on an incredible run on a show that garnered several industry and broadcasting honors, including:
- The “Broadcast – Human Interest” Award from the New York State Association for Retarded Children (2004);
- A Sports Emmy in the New Media category — Achievement in Content for Non-Traditional Delivery (2006);
- First Place, Fulltime Sports Formats in Radio Ink’s “Readers’ Choice Awards” (2007);
- Number 3 on the New York Times Best Sellers List after the release of the Golic and Greenberg co-written
- Induction into the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Broadcasting Hall of Fame, joining a list of notable radio voices including Bob Uecker, Vin Scully, Harry Caray and Paul Harvey, among others (2016);
- A National Radio Hall of Fame nomination (2017).
As part of Mike & Mike, Golic and Greenberg also appeared as “guest conductors” at Wrigley Field, leading Cubs fans in singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” multiple times; announced and played in Legends Game at Yankees Stadium in 2008 and St. Louis in 2009; and appeared in two motion pictures with Greenberg, and
During his seven years with the Philadelphia Eagles, Golic began his television career with a weekly segment on the . He received a Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Award for his feature “Golic’s Got It.”
Born December 12, 1962, Golic is a 1985 graduate of the University of Notre Dame where he served as captain of the football team during his senior season and wrestled. Golic is married with three children.
ESPN RADIO HOST and NFL HOST
Trey Wingo, who joined ESPN in November 1997, is co-host of ESPN Radio’s new Golic and Wingo morning drive show and one of the primary figures in ESPN’s year-round coverage of the National Football League. He continues to serve as a host of ESPN’s NFL Live, as well as the company’s presentation of the NFL Draft and the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony.
On November 27, 2017, Wingo and Mike Golic – along with contributing co-host Mike Golic Jr. -- premiered Golic and Wingo on ESPN Radio and ESPN2. The show reunited Wingo with his longtime friend and colleague Golic, whom he worked with early in his ESPN career on the pro football studio show NFL 2Night.
Wingo has hosted since its inception in 2003. He has anchored ESPN’s long-running highlight show since 2007, and he hosted A prominent figure in ESPN’s many tent-pole NFL events throughout the year, Wingo has anchored specials during Super Bowl and NFL Draft coverage. He has also hosted ESPN’s NFL Draft telecast and annual Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremonies (since 2004), and he conducts the post-game interview with the Super Bowl MVP.
During the football offseason, Wingo contributes to grand slam tennis coverage at Wimbledon and the US Open. In recent years, he also covered U.S. Open golf and The Open as part of his on-air responsibilities.
Wingo previously hosted , a day-long update, interview and analysis program on NFL Sundays (2001-03). Before assuming his television role on the NFL Draft, Wingo hosted the ESPN Radio broadcast of the event and contributed a six-hour chat on ESPN.com in 2000. In 2007, he handled play-by-play for Arena Football games.
Wingo previously anchored ESPN’s NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament studio coverage, including the Final Four and Selection Show. He has also hosted , , and ESPN2’s and shows and made regular appearances on ESPN Radio with weekly commentaries and periodic work on and .
A key contributor to ESPN’s digital media platforms, Wingo hosted the video podcast and anchored segments for ESPN’s local web sites and ESPN Mobile TV. He also participated annually in , a sports-themed special event featuring ESPN commentators and star athletes at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando from 2005-11.
Wingo joined ESPN as an anchor for ESPNEWS from KSDK-TV in St. Louis, Mo., where he was a sports anchor/reporter for six years (1991-97). Prior to that, he was a sports anchor/reporter for WFMZ-TV in Allentown, Pa., for a year and the sports director at WMGC-TV in Binghamton, N.Y. (1988-90). He also served for a year in a similar position at Binghamton’s WICZ-TV. Wingo began his career in 1987 as a sports producer for NBC’s in New York.
A native of Greenwich, Conn., Wingo was graduated from Baylor University in 1985 with a bachelor’s degree in communications. He won six Mid-America regional Emmy awards for reporting, including three straight years for outstanding sports reporting. He remains active in a variety of causes, including the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s Athletes for a Cure campaign, The V Foundation for Cancer Research and Special Olympics.