Mike Greenberg on final 'Mike & Mike' days, his new ESPN project and ranked Northwestern teams

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 06:25:58 AM. After his show with Mike Golic ends, Mike Greenberg will look ahead to a new morning TV show that features Michelle Beadle and Jalen Rose and is set to debut in the spring.
When the , he downplayed reports of friction between himself and co-host Mike Golic. Greenberg said he was "endlessly grateful" to his radio partner of 18 years but said it was time to find a new ESPN project. Greenberg will begin a new morning TV show that features Michelle Beadle and Jalen Rose and is set to debut in the spring, once ESPN completes construction on a new studio in Manhattan. Late last week, the Northwestern alum said his show still needed a name. Hours later Greenberg texted with an update. The show will be called: "Get up."  "It's a terrific title because it can mean a lot of different things — not just 'wake up' but 'let's get going and be the best we can be today,'" he wrote. "Get up with Greeny and Beadle and Jalen. It's perfect."  More from our Nov. 10 conversation with Greenberg. How are you doing?  I can't remember a time when I was doing much better. Things are going great, Northwestern is ranked in men's basketball and football. I can't think of a better time to be alive.  Your Friday show ended with Trey Wingo dropping the mic after taking the One Chip Challenge. You have one week left before you drop the mic. Do you have a plan for how you want it to end?  I absolutely do not. I've never scripted anything, in 18 years. I do write a little open to our show, the first 15 seconds. Otherwise everything comes from the heart, and that's what I plan to do that day. There isn't anything I could say that will appropriately sum up what these 18 years have...Read more
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