Fade the Noise with Brad Evans

--- Brad Evans and Nate Lundy ---

Brad Evans and Nate Lundy quickly take fans through each day's betting opportunities. Each show contains "The Fade Five," which can come from spreads, totals, props or anywhere else there is favorable action in the world of sports. Fast-paced. Transparent. Informational. Entertaining. Engaging. Tout-free.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. A Sweet 16 Saturday

    Another special weekend edition of the podcast comes your way as the NCAA Tournament continues with the Sweet 16. Continuing to ride a hockey hot streak, Nate sneaks in a NHL play for today with the Nashville Predators. Staying away from the spreads for a moment, Brad is all over ...


  2. Melting the Ice and Sweetening the Sixteen

    For the third day in a row, Brad surrenders a couple of spots in the Fade Five to Nate for his hockey picks, but Lundy’s on a heater so why not? On the ice, Nate oddly enough likes two teams that are each on the second night of a back-to-back ...


  3. Previewing the Midwest Sweet 16

    On this #TequilaThursday, Brad has loaded up the Fade Five with NBA, NHL and this weekend’s Sweet 16. For the NBA player prop of the day, the guys look at Bam Adebayo taking on the Trail Blazers. Nate loads up with two more NHL games, including the Rangers and Flyers ...


  4. Early Sweet 16 Picks and Hump Day Hockey

    The guys took Tuesday off and we’re pretty sure Brad took a 16-hour nap. Refreshed and ready, today’s Fade Five takes us across the sports world with two early Sweet 16 picks on Oregon State/Loyola-Chicago and Oral Roberts/Arkansas. Our NBA player prop of the day is back with a spotlight ...


  5. The Wacky Opening Weekend Continues

    This year’s NCAA Tournament is clearly living in the upside down. With one more day to go, will Monday’s action be just as crazy as Sunday? Brad gets things started today with the late game as USC will take on Kansas. UCLA hopes to keep the Pac-12 winning streak alive ...