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Monday-Friday 6:00AM-10:00AM ET

Featuring co-hosts Mike Greenberg and former NFL player Mike Golic, a regular on ESPN2's NFL Live, Mike & Mike is ESPN's personality-driven sports talk morning drive show. The show combines a mix of live guest interviews, analysis, breaking sports news coverage and opinion, all presented in a thoroughly entertaining format. Mike & Mike airs on more than 370 stations around the country and can also be found on both Sirius XM Satellite Radio. All four hours of the show are simulcast on ESPN2 reaching 93 million homes, and the "Best of Mike & Mike" airs weekday afternoons on ESPN.

Recent Episodes

Mike & Mike discuss the Chiefs' blowout of the Patriots, the issues with the Raiders and Michigan and chat with Paul Konerko and Cris Carter.
Mike & Mike discuss a slew of meaningful results in Week 4 of the NFL season and chat with Danny Kanell and Cris Carter.
Mike & Mike discuss Derek Jeter's final home game pick their "Stone Cold Lead Pipe Locks" talk about Devon Still's daughter and listen to Barkley vs. Barkley.
Mike & Mike play "Love It or Shove It" discuss Batman and chat with Brian Billick, Andy Pettitte and Mark Schlereth.
Mike Golic and Ryan Ruocco discuss Aaron Rodgers telling Packers fans to relax, Charlie Strong's approach at Texas and chat with Joe Torre and Anna Isaacson.
Mike and Mike discuss the Bears win over the Jets, latest updates on Jameis Winston and chat with Tom Waddle and Don Van Natta Jr.
Mike & Mike discuss Week 3 in the NFL, react to Roger Goodell's Friday press conference, talk about Jameis Winston's suspension and more.
Mike & Mike discuss the Falcons' big win over the Bucs, the latest with Jameis Winston and get Charles Barkey's NFL picks courtesy of Frank Caliendo.

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Stone Cold Lead Pipe Locks
Mike & Mike's NFL picks each Friday during the NFL season
 
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Mike & Mike's NCAA Tournament Bracket Competition during March Madness