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Mike Greenberg's New Show At ESPN Will Be Called "Get Up"

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Here's what his new ESPN show will be called.

Mike Greenberg's new ESPN show has a name.

The morning show, which will be co-hosted by Michelle Beadle and Jalen Rose and broadcast from Lower Manhattan, will be called "Get Up."

Greenberg, who's lengthy run with Mike Golic on ESPN Radio is coming to an end this week, spoke to Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune about the show and its name.

“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.”

The show will air from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. E.T. on ESPN. It will also be simulcast on Sirius XM Radio. It was originally supposed to debut in January, but it's looking like it won't start until the spring.

"We're still so far away from it that it doesn't even feel like the time to talk about it now. Yes, there are a million plans in the making. One of the nice things about the delay, which is purely construction-related, is that it has given me time to reflect on the end of this show rather than on the beginning of a new one," he said.

You can read his full interview with the Chicago Tribune here.