What is Mike Golic Sr. doing now? ESPN, Bio, Weight loss, and Net Worth

Mike Golic Sr. Biography

Mike Golic Sr. is an Emmy-award-winning American journalist, former National Football League defensive lineman, and television host where he served as an ESPN College Football analyst. He co-hosted ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike and Golic and Wingo from 1995 to 2020 and he also joined Learfield as a co-host and analyst of College Football Saturday Night. Additionally, he has been the main analyst of Westwood One Thursday Night Football since 2021 and is a former analyst for ESPN and ESPN2’s NFL studio programming as well as for the network’s college football coverage.

Golic joined ESPN as a sports analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown in 1995 and he has since served as the color commentator for the Arena Football League from 1996 to date. Moreover, he served in the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars pre-season games (1995 to 1998) and he began his college football analysis for ESPN and ABC in 1998.

Mike is also the host of the long-running syndicated sports highlights, blooper, and gag show called “The Lighter Side of Sports”. Moreover, he was drafted by the Houston Oilers with the 255th overall pick in the 10th round of the 1985 NFL Draft. Lastly, he was an eight-year NFL veteran where he played defensive tackle for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Miami Dolphins.

Mike Golic Age, Birthday, Nationality, and Ethnic Background

Mike Golic (age 59 years) was born on 12 December 1962, in Willowick, Ohio, in the United States of America. He normally celebrates his birthday on December 12th every year. Nevertheless, the Willowick native holds American nationality/Citizenship by birth and has a white heritage. READ ALSO: Mike Golic Jr. -What happened to Golic Jr. on ESPN? Bio, Wife, Net Worth

Mike Golic’s Height, Weight, and Other Body Measurements

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Golic stands at an average height of 6 feet 5 inches (approximately 1.96 m) and maintains an average bodyweight of around 265 lb (120 kg). However, his other measurements are yet to be availed to the public domain.

About Mike Golic’s Parents and Siblings/ Family

Golic was born in Willowick, Ohio, in the United States of America to his caring and supportive parents. He is the son of Catherine Golic and Bob Golic who played football. Mike was raised along with his siblings named Bob Golic, his older brother, who played at the University of Notre Dame and earned multiple NFL All-pro nose tackle honors, and is currently a talk radio host on WNIR-FM. Nevertheless, Golic Sr. has his other brother named Greg Golic and the three siblings with their father appeared on May 28, 2009, of Mike and Mike in the morning broadcast from Progressive Field in Cleveland.

Mike Golic Education Background

Golic attended St. Joseph High School in Cleveland, Ohio and he later graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1985 as a finance and management major. Additionally, he served as a captain of the football team during his senior season and also wrestled for the Irish.

Mike Golic’s Wife/ Spouse and Children

Mike is a married man. He is married to Christine Golic since 1987 and the two have three children named Mike Golic Jr., Sydney Golic, and Jake Golic who attended Notre Dame. Both Mike Jr. and Jake (2014-2015 season with Cincinnati) played football while his daughter Sydney was a swimmer for the Irish. The family resides in South Bend, Indiana, and Scottsdale, Arizona.

Mike Golic ESPN

Golic is a former National Football League defensive lineman and television host where he served as an ESPN College Football analyst. He co-hosted ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike and Golic and Wingo from 1995 to 2020 and he also joined Learfield as a co-host and analyst of College Football Saturday Night.

Additionally, he has been the main analyst of Westwood One Thursday Night Football since 2021 and is a former analyst for ESPN and ESPN2’s NFL studio programming as well as for the network’s college football coverage. Golic joined ESPN as a sports analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown in 1995 and he has since served as the color commentator for the Arena Football League from 1996 to date.

Mike Golic Salary

Golic is a former National Football League defensive lineman and television host. He served as an ESPN College Football analyst. Mike earns a decent annual salary of around $6 million dollars per year.

Mike Golic’s Net Worth

Louis Golic Sr. is an Emmy-award-winning American journalist, former National Football League defensive lineman, and television host. He served as an ESPN College Football analyst. Golic Sr.’s net worth is around $25 million dollars.

Mike Golic Weight Loss

Golic Sr. claimed that he changed his lifestyle after being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in December 2020. Mike lost weight of 51 pounds through the NutriSystem for men plan. The plan is a portion and calorie-controlled diet that deliver ready-to-eat food to your doorstep. Previously Golic Sr. weighed 300 pounds which was 45 pounds above his NFL 265 pounds weight.

Mike Golic Mike Greenberg

From January 2, 2000, to November 17, 2017, he hosted Mike & Mike with Mike Greenberg on ESPN Radio and ESPN2.

Mike Golic Retiring

Golic said that he is not retiring even though the ESPN contract ends.

Mike Golic’s Last Show

Adam Schefter reported that Golic would come back to his former role as a college football analyst for ESPN. It was during the 2020 season on July 18, 2020.

What is Mike Golic doing now? Where is Mike Golic going?

Since leaving ESPN, Golic Sr. has been very busy. He teamed with Mike Florio on Mondays during the NFL season for Peacock/NBC Sports’ “Pro Football Talk,”. Furthermore, he loves calling games.