— KAKC-AM 1300 is the new Tulsa radio home of the Oklahoma City Thunder under a multiyear deal announced by the team and Clear Channel Communications Tulsa. KAKC replaces The Tulsa Sports Animal (FM 97.1). The Thunder has also added KKBI-FM 106.1 in Broken Bow and KMCO-FM 101.3 in McAlester as affiliates on its 13-station network. KAKC also broadcasts games of the Tulsa 66ers, the Thunder's NBA Development League team.
— “Fox NFL Sunday,” 11 a.m. Sunday on KOKH-25, features a look at the paths of analyst Terry Bradshaw and Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson. In the 1960s, Robertson was the starting quarterback at Louisiana Tech for two seasons ahead of Bradshaw. Robertson walked away from his final year of eligibility to spend more time hunting and fishing, making Bradshaw the starter. They were both honored before the Tulane-Louisiana Tech game Thursday night.
— The Dallas Cowboys no longer can be considered “America's Team” with their game at noon Sunday in Kansas City (Chris Myers, Tim Ryan and Jennifer Hale) going to only 11 percent of the country. The main game will be Washington at Green Bay, which will go to 58 percent of the country.
— The new season of “The Ultimate Fighter,” 9 p.m. Wednesdays on Fox Sports 1, includes eight female and eight male bantamweight (135 pounds) fighters and two female coaches, UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and challenger Miesha Tate.
Professor Discusses 1 Tip To Match 5 MegaMillion Winning Numbers.