Mike is currently serving as a play-by-by announcer for ESPN and the SEC Network calling college basketball and college baseball, and select college football events. Prior to joining ESPN full time, Mike handled the play-by-play for various networks including ESPN, ESPNU, Fox Sports Net, and FS1 calling SEC, ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 Football, Basketball, & Baseball. Morgan has been synonymous with the SEC, calling Southeastern Conference games on television and radio since 2000.
Morgan also served as the television voice of the Gwinnett Braves, the Triple A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves for a number of years. Morgan also called the television play-by-play for a select number of Braves spring training games, and has filled in on several Atlanta Braves radio games as well.
Morgan served as the television play-by-play voice of the Carolina Panthers for 5 years from 2009-2013, calling all the preseason games for Raycom Television shown on affiliates throughout the Carolinas, Tennessee, and Virginia.
When not in front of the camera, Morgan can still be heard nationwide on the radio calling select college football games on the SportsUSA network.
In addition to his play-by-play duties, Morgan served as a talk show host for 790 The Zone in Atlanta.
Prior to joining the Braves, Mike called South Carolina Gamecock football, basketball, and baseball on radio and television for ten years. As the youngest announcer in the SEC, he won five NSSA Sportscaster of the Year awards. While in South Carolina, Morgan hosted an afternoon drive radio show for 12 years and called NBA exhibition games on radio.
During that time, he called NCAA tournaments, two NIT Championships, and three College World Series.
Morgan also called college football games nationally for the Touchdown Radio network, including the 2007 Gator Bowl. He recently called the 2011 and 2012 Chick-Fil-A Bowl on radio as well.
Out of college, Mike was the voice of the Columbus Red Stixx, a Cleveland Indians affiliate, for two seasons.
In addition to his TV duties, Mike has served as a radio sports-talk show host in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina over the last 18 years.
Mike currently resides in Atlanta.