Mike Golic’s new ESPN job is like the old one

Mike Golic’s new concert will keep him on ESPN. After his last day co-hosting “Golic and Wingo” on July 31, Golic will serve as a college football analyst for the network, according to colleague Adam Schefter.

Golic’s contract with ESPN was due to expire this year, but the move will allow the former NFL lineman to return to a similar role he had in his first 10 years on the network.

The Post previously reported that ESPN canceled “Golic and Wingo” as part of a reinvented national radio line. Trey Wingo took over as co-host of the show in 2017 after Golic’s partner Mike Greenberg moved to television. The new lineup brings Greenberg back to the radio fold for his own afternoon show.

Golic offered to meet with Greenberg as a co-host to save the show, but ESPN declined, according to Golic’s wife, Christine.

“We know what is obviously happening with the ad. Our last show will be July 31, ”Golic said on his show after the news was made public. “It certainly wasn’t my choice. I would have loved to continue doing the show, but listen, I didn’t want the Houston Oilers to cut me. He did not want to be cut by the Miami Dolphins. Sometimes what you want and what happens is not the same. “