Chad was born in Yakima, Washington and graduated from Yakima’s Eisenhower High School in 1992. Chad moved to Las Vegas in November of 1998, where he began working part time for Infinity broadcasting as a remote engineer. Shortly thereafter, Chad became a full time Promotions Assistant for KMZQ, Lite 100.5, where he worked for a year. In January of 2000, Chad became the full time Producer of “Mark and Mercedes in the Morning” on sister station, KMXB Mix 94.1. In March of 2004 Chad began working at Vegas 35, co-hosting Las Vegas Perspectives, the Chad and Steph Show and Third String.
In June 2005, Chad’s radio career took a new direction as the Imaging Director of 100.5 Jack FM. In February of 2008, in addition to his duties as Imaging Direct, Chad took on the roll of Assistant Program Director of Jack FM. On August 16th 2010 Jack FM was flipped to KXNT and Chad adapted once again, becoming the Imaging Director for KXNT FM and co-host of the ‘Over and Under’ sports show heard every Sunday from 8am-9:30am on CBS Sports Radio 1140. Recently Chad was named the KXNT Operations Manager.
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Chad takes a look at the investigation of bullying in the NFL, with the recent reports of Tackle Jonathan Martin stating that he was harassed daily by teammates, including fellow offensive lineman Richie Incognito.
Chad takes a look at the recent win against the UNR Wolfpack and his prediction of a win, that was never caught on film.
UNLV has won four games and Chad can’t be happier.
Chad gets down to business with the NFL and answers the question, is Payton Manning the best quarterback of all time?
Its official this coming Sunday’s matchup between the winless Jaguars and undefeated Broncos is the highest point spread posted in NFL since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.
Chad, once again, highlight the UNLV Rebels’ as last weeks they broke their road lost streak for a 56-42 victory over New Mexico Saturday.
Chad takes a look at the upcoming UNLV game against New Mexico after their 38-7 win over Western Illinois Saturday night.
Chad admits he wasn’t right on the Mayweather/Alvarez bout on Saturday.
Chad looks back at UNLV’s 58-13 loss to Arizona and he has a prediction for the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Canelo Alvarez fight.
Chad takes a look at the recent settlement of an NFL lawsuit over concussions brought a group of other ex-players.