It's a striking change from recent years, when ESPN aired "SportsCenter" wall-to-wall, all morning and into early afternoon.
Elements of the show are now in development, but the program will feature a lively mix of news, opinion and analysis.
Mike Greenberg had a nostalgic moment as he stepped on to the stage at ESPN's "upfront" presentation in Times Square on Tuesday.
The Mikes briefly spoke about the split during this morning's show, and the large Mike didn't seem too thrilled about how things have gone down, even though he will be doing a new radio show with Trey Wingo and his son, Mike Jr.
Popular ESPN radio show Mike & Mike is officially coming to an end, at least, in its current format.
Ousted FBI director James Comey is willing to testify
The president's original dismissal letter to Comey indicated that he was being fired for his handling of the Clinton email probe. When Trump then pressed for "honest loyalty", Comey told him, "You will have that", recounted the Comey associate.
According to ESPN, the new show will have "several full-time co-hosts and a rotation of various guests and expert contributors". For me, it's not my story to tell. "I appreciate the loyalty of those who have started their mornings with us over the years and hope they continue to do so for years to come". ESPN is being challenged by Fox Sports 1, which is led by former programming whiz kid Jamie Horowitz and his team of ex-ESPNers-turned-"Opinionists", including Skip Bayless, Jason Whitlock, Colin Cowherd, Chris Broussard and Cris Carter. Both hosts have signed new deals with ESPN.
If those statements weren't enough, Golic's son Jake Golic expressed his frustration with ESPN's decision, calling the network "idiots" and again referencing a similar time frame that his father did in the video above.
He joined ESPN in 1995 as an National Football League studio analyst after a nine-year career in the National Football League as a defensive tackle.
The net also announced a new one-hour live talk show featuring Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre. He joined ESPN in November 1997 as an anchor for ESPNEWS and has served as host of NFL Live since its inception in 2003. He added NFL Sundays in 2015 as host of NFL Insiders: Sunday Edition and he assumed the host role of ESPN's long-running highlight show NFL PrimeTime in 2007.