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Editorial: Michael Vick, the Atlanta Falcons, Tone at the Top, and the Management of Risk

Scott S. Cohen | October 1, 2007

I’m addicted to “Mike and Mike in the Morning.” I can’t help it. It’s hilarious. The morning sports banter on the nationally syndicated ESPN radio talk show is truly best-in-class. It matches Mike Golic—an overweight, crotchety, Twinkie-eating, conservative, Catholic, former Notre Dame football captain and nine-year NFL defensive tackle—against Mike “Greeny” Greenberg—a liberal, Jewish, Ivy League sports fanatic and self-described “meek metrosexual,” who has spent two decades covering and hosting Super Bowls and World Series, despite never having played professional ball in his life.

On a bad day, their morning show is still more entertaining and humorous than anything I’ve seen on television in about, well, ever. I regularly find myself laughing out loud during the drive to...

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