Oklahoma’s game against South Dakota (6 p.m., Saturday) will be available only through a FOX-produced pay-per-view broadcast.
Cox, Vyve, Pioneer, Fidelity, DiamondNet and Bolt Fiber are the in-state cable providers with available the telecast. Cable subscribers must have digital cable to place orders.
Cox customers in Oklahoma City can order the game on HD channel 505. National providers include AT&T U-verse (1636 HD/636 SD) and DIRECTV (TBD).
DISH and Sling are not expected to carry the game. SoonerSports Roku app won’t provide it either due to the in-app purchasing requirements, according to OU.
Anyone regardless of location may purchase a one-time $54.99 online stream available at SoonerSports.tv and the SoonerSports apps for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Android. Annual subscriptions are available for $99.99 and do not include the South Dakota game fee.
Ron Thulin (play-by-play), Gary Reasons (analyst) and Lesley McCaslin (sideline) will call the game for FOX Sports Oklahoma. McCaslin will be familiar to Oklahoma City Thunder fans as she spent years as the team’s sideline reporter.
Here's a list of providers, via OU:
1636 HD / 636 SD
303 HD/302 SD
Oklahoma City, Okla.
New Boston, Texas