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Esports Meets Real-Life Competition
The 2021-22 World Championship Season of The Drone Racing League (DRL) marks the first time an athlete must dominate both esports and real-life competition to be crowned world champion. During the season, underway now, pilots compete in both real-life races and on virtual courses for equally weighted points.
Nacon, makers of high-performance gaming gear and official gaming headset and controller partner of DRL, will be integral to this history-making season.
The best drone pilots in the world will be equipped with the RIG Commander PRO tournament headset, an esports icon, during this season’s simulated races.
Learn more and tune into the action live on Wednesday nights 8 p.m. ET on NBCSN and Twitter.
NCAAM: The NCAA suspended Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl two games and gave the program four years of probation, among other penalties. Former assistant coach Chuck Person was arrested in 2017 for accepting bribes on Auburn’s behalf. Also: Rutgers stunned No.1-ranked Purdue on a game-winning buzzer-beater from halfcourt.
NCAAW: Georgia Tech upset No. 3 UConn by a final score of 57-44. The Huskies had won 240 straight over unranked opponents.
NCAAF: Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh was named the AP College Football Coach of the Year after leading the Wolverines to their first Big Ten title in 17 years. Also: Former Clemson DC Brent Venables will reportedly sign a six-year, $43.5 million contract to be Oklahoma’s next head coach.
NBA: Steve Kerr will be named the next head coach of the USA men’s basketball team, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
NFL: Former Broncos WR and Super Bowl champ Demaryius Thomas died late Thursday night. He was 33.
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