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Oklahoma and Tulane get Pay-Per-View experience

Oklahoma and Tulane get Pay-Per-View experience

NORMAN — FOX Sports Oklahoma has announced that Oklahoma’s game vs. Tulane on Saturday, Sept. 16, will be made available via a pay-per-view broadcast.

The game is being televised on a pay-per-view basis because it was not selected for over-the-air broadcast or cable television coverage. It will be available on a dedicated pay-per-view channel on participating Oklahoma program providers, and nationwide via participating satellite and Telco distributors. Pricing will vary by distributor.

Brendan Burke (play-by-play), Dave Anderson (color), and Christian Steckel (sideline) will call the game, with coverage beginning at 4 p.m. CT with the Sooner Sports Game Day pregame show.

Cable and satellite providers that will offer the telecast will be announced at a later date. Cable TV subscribers must have digital cable to order the telecast. Customers can order the game from their set-top boxes or by calling their program provider.

(Press Release)


We now know the first three game times and their TV destinations for the Sooners. Oklahoma will host UTEP on September 2nd at 2:30 PM CT and it will be aired on FOX. The marquee game of the season at Ohio State will be at 6:30 PM CT on ABC on September 9th, and Oklahoma and Tulane will kickoff at 5:00 PM CT on the 16th.

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