Mike Golic Jr.'s Love for Lacrosse has Taken Him to the Broadcast Booth

Mike Golic Jr., a budding personality at ESPN, joined Paul Carcaterra to share his lacrosse story.

You may have seen Mike Golic Jr. on the Yale vs. Georgetown NCAA first-round broadcast last weekend and wondered — where did he come from? Golic Jr., son of the legendary ESPN radio broadcaster, is a budding media personality at ESPN himself, but he’ll never forget his roots.

Golic Jr. began playing lacrosse in the fifth grade in Avon, Conn., although football was his main passion. He later attended Notre Dame for football, but he never lost his love for lacrosse. Years later, Golic Jr. is back to the sport, calling multiple games with the ESPNU crew this season.

In Season 2 Episode 5 of Overtime with Paul Carcaterra, Golic Jr. talks his lacrosse story, his close relationship with his father, why you shouldn't mess with Chris Cotter at the gym and which college players are the most fun to watch.



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