FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas' football season-opening game against Missouri State on Sept. 3 will be televised on a pay-per-view basis. The broadcast is presented by AT&T and produced by Razorback Sports Properties through the Razorback Sports Network from IMG.
Scott Inman will handle the play-by-play call with Jimmy Dykes providing color commentary. Inman has been a sports anchor at KATV since 1999 and is in his 13th year working as a co-host for the pre-game show and post-game Scoreboard Show on the Razorback Sports Network. Dykes is in his 18th year as an analyst at ESPN and is a former basketball letterman at Arkansas.
The cost of the pay-per-view broadcast is $34.95, and fans should contact their cable and satellite providers for ordering information. As of Aug. 23, the game will be made available by the affiliates listed below. If an area is not listed, fans should contact the cable or satellite provider for more information.
Fans also may purchase the pay-per-view for viewing on their computer through ArkansasRazorbacks.com's RazorVision. Per SEC guidelines, the pay-per-view broadcast on the computer is not part of the RazorVision subscription and must be purchased separately.
The Razorbacks and Bears begin the 2011 campaign at 6 p.m. from Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Affiliates (As of Aug. 23)
Cox Communications - Fayetteville, Fort Smith
Arkwest Communications - Danville
Augusta Video - Augusta
Cam-Tel Company - Camden
Clinton Cable - Clinton
Comcast - Little Rock
Conway Corp. - Conway
East Arkansas Video - Forest City, Wynne, Marianna, Brinkley
Hope Community Television - Hope, Prescott
Madison County Cable - Huntsville
New Wave - Piggot, Ashdown
Pine Bluff Cable - Pine Bluff
Resort Television Cable - Hot Springs
Ritter Cable - Jonesboro
Suddenlink - Arkadelphia, Batesville, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Pocahantas, Russellville, El Dorado Magnolia, Newport, Heber Springs, Malvern
White County Video - Searcy, Bald Knob