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Oklahoma-Lousiana Tech pay-per-view details announced

by Ryan Aber Modified: August 15, 2014 at 10:35 am •  Published: August 15, 2014

Fox Sports Oklahoma announced participating cable and satellite broadcasters that will carry the pay-per-view broadcast of Oklahoma’s season opener against Louisiana Tech on Aug. 30.

The game wasn’t selected for broadcast otherwise that weekend.

Ron ThulinDave Lapham and Chad McKee will call the game, with the broadcast beginning at 5 p.m. for the 6 p.m. kickoff. After the game, the broadcast will feature postgame analysis and live broadcasts of the postgame press conferences.

The pay-per-view will be available on cable primarily in Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas.

Viewers outside Oklahoma can purchase a live stream of the broadcast on for $54.99 or can purchase a package that also includes an annual subscription for $109.99. The purchased stream can be viewed on iPhone, iPad and Android devices with the use of the SoonerSports2Go app.

Cable customers can order the broadcast from their set-top devices or by calling their cable provider.

Currently, the game is not being carried by DirecTV or Dish Network.

Participating broadcasters:
Oklahoma City/Tulsa metro areas: Cox Communications (610/611)

Alva, Athens (Texas), Bryan (Texas), Chickasha, Clarksville (Texas), Conroe (Texas), Enid, Gainesville (Texas), Georgetown (Texas), Gladewater (Texas), Grand Saline (Texas), Grove, Henderson (Texas), Henryetta, Huntsville (Texas), Jacksonville (Texas), Kingwood (Texas), Lake Conroe (Texas), Lindsay, Lufkin (Texas), Mineola (Texas), Mineral Wells (Texas), Mt. Pleasant (Texas), Mt. Vernon (Texas), Muskogee, Nacogdoches (Texas), Paris (Texas), Pauls Valley, Perry, Pflugerville (Texas), Pilot Point (Texas), Seminole, Stillwater, Sulphur Springs (Texas), Terrell (Texas), Tyler (Texas), Victoria (Texas), Whitesboro (Texas): Suddenlink Communications (878)

Abilene (Texas), Big Spring (Texas), Clovis (N.M.), Lubbock (Texas), Midland (Texas), Plainview (Texas), Sweetwater (Texas): Suddenlink Communications (878/879)

Bossier City (La.), Ruston (La.): Suddenlink (639)

Bristow, Chandler, Depew, Durant, Kellyville, McAlester, Shawnee, Stroud: Vyve Broadband (658)

Guymon, Perryton (Texas): PTSI (98)

Lawton: Fidelity Cablevision (618/619)

Mannford: Cim-Tel (376)


by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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