1. Mike Francesa pushed back against a report that Chernoff was against his return.
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4. Mike Francesa said the radio show will emanate from "multiple sites", presumably including the station's lower Manhattan studios and his Manhasset home.
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7. Mike Francesa is currently at the age of 64 which is the current age of Nicolette Scorsese.
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8. Mike Francesa spent most of his time focusing on college sports on College and Pro Football Newsweekly, before joining the network.
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16. Mike Francesa was born and raised in Long Beach, New York.
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18. Mike Francesa changed his trademark intro to the show to "From the studios of WFAN in New York and simulcast across the country on Fox Sports 1, this is Mike's On: Francesa on the FAN".
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20. Mike Francesa announced on the radio that he quit CBS on April 1, 1993 before the 1993 Final Four began.
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21. Mike Francesa was hired by CBS Sports in 1982 as a researcher, focusing primarily on college sports.
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22. Mike Francesa started his career by spending six years at College and Pro Football Newsweekly.
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25. Mike Francesa is primarily known in his former role co-hosting the Mike and the Mad Dog show on WFAN in New York City.
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