Keeping a spot on the radio for a long time has become almost impossible in today's landscape but Mike Golic was able to accomplish that for the last 20 years.

Now ESPN Radio will see a new face and hear a new voice in the morning as Mike Golic will no longer be a part of the morning drive although reports have him staying at ESPN in some capacity.

ESPN announced this week a new and revamped lineup for ESPN Radio.

Shuffling around lineups on the radio is nothing new and nothing new for ESPN either.

Over the last few years, we have seen Colin Cowherd come and go, we've seen the emergence of Dan Lebatard and Stugotz, while also seeing familiar faces like Will Cain and others go elsewhere after their ESPN Radio tenure.

ESPN and ESPN Radio continue to dominate the ratings and revenue into those platforms and will continue to be the World Wide Leader in Sports even though there are some new/familiar faces in new places.

Here is the complete look at the new lineup on ESPN Radio. (all times are central time zone)

5 - 9 AM: Keyshawn, Jay, and Zubin with Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti.
9 - 11 AM: The Dan Le Batard Show With Stugotz
11 AM - 1 PMThe Mike Greenberg Show
1-3 PMThe Max Kellerman Show

Overtime with Jeff Thurn will still be locally on ESPN 99.1 from 3-6 PM and the evening lineup will feature Jason Fitz and Sarah Spain followed by Freddie and Fitzsimmons with Freddie Coleman and Ian Fitzsimmons.

For more information on the changes and ESPN Radio, you can visit their website.