Missouri State football’s season opener against Oklahoma will be available via pay-per-view.
The Big 12 announced Tuesday morning that the Bears and Sooners will play at 6 p.m. on Sept. 12 and it will only be available through PPV.
The game will be produced by FOX Sports Oklahoma and the game will be available on a dedicated PPV channel on participating cable, satellite and telco distributors. Pricing will vary.
The following providers will offer the game via PPV broadcast:
- DirecTV (channel 787)
- U-Verse TV (636, 1636)
- Cox Communications (505)
- Pioneer (301)
- Vyve (658)
Other providers will be finalized soon, according to a news release by Missouri State.
Missouri State says the game will also be available on SoonerSports.tv — which is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire and other digital platforms. Fans should check local listings with their service provider for availability in all areas.
Missouri State said a plan for a watch party in Springfield will be announced in the coming days.
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