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Sport Mike Golic fans, friends and family share their favorite moments and photos during his final ESPN Radio show

17:56  31 july  2020
17:56  31 july  2020 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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As Mike Golic has his final day on the radio waves with ESPN on the final Wingo and Golic, fans, friends and family are delivering tributes to the legend who has been on ESPN Radio in the morning for over two decades.

They’re sharing their favorite moments on the air from his time with the Worldwide Leader, along with photos. That had #ThankYouGolic and Golic’s name trending on Twitter on Friday morning, while his final show with Trey Wingo was on the air.

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Here’s a roundup of some of those tweets pouring in on what could be a very emotional day for Golic:

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