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PPV providers announced

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PPV providers announced

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —- Arkansas faces Missouri State on Saturday at 6 p.m. in Little Rock’s War Memorial Stadium, and the game will be available in Arkansas on pay per view subject to availability. The pay-per-view telecast of Arkansas-Missouri State is a Razorback Sports Properties production.Per Southeastern Conference television regulations, the game is available through participating cable systems in Arkansas. It is also a PPV stream online at ArkansasRazorbacks.com to residents of Arkansas. Outside Arkansas, the game is available on ESPN Gameplan. For the cost of the pay-per-view broadcast please contact your local or satellite provider.The following cable systems and satellite services in Arkansas have confirmed they will have the game available for purchase: Conway Corp. in Conway, Comcast in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Sherwood, Jacksonville and Benton; Arkwest Communications in Danville, Belleville, Havanna, Olo and Plainview; Cox in Northwest Arkansas, Ritter in Northeast Arkansas, Wehco in Camden, Hope, Prescott, Odessa, Bald Knob, Pine Bluff and East Arkansas in addition to Vicksburg, Miss., and Longview, Texas; Suddenlink in Arkadelphia, Batesville, El Dorado, Heber Springs, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Magnolia, Malvern, Mountain Home, Newport, Pocahontas, Clarksville, Russellville; and Cablesouth in Crossett and South Arkansas. Satellite services providing the game are GuessTV for Dish and DirecTv, and AT&T U-verse.If your cable provider or satellite service is not listed above, please contact them for more information and availability in your area. Many providers have not yet assigned channels for the game, but should do so by the end of the week.Registration at ArkansasRazorbacks.com is only for fans viewing the PPV stream on their computer. The game is also available outside Arkansas via ESPN GamePlan. Per league television restrictions, the game will not be included in the ESPN GamePlan package within Arkansas. Cable and small dish owners outside Arkansas can contact their service provider for ordering information. KATV’s Scott Inman will handle play-by-play duties for the broadcast with Jimmy Dykes serving as the color commentator. Former Razorback quarterback Clint Stoerner will be the sideline reporter for the pay-per-view broadcast.Cable Systems ConfirmedArkansas West Communications 479-495-4260 or 479-489-5060Cablesouth 866-257-2044Comcast 800-COM-CASTConway Corp. 501-450-6000Cox 888-GTE-MORERitter 888-336-4466Suddenlink 888-822-5151Wehco 800-903-0508Satellite (* Available in Arkansas and Missouri)AT&T U-verse Tune to channel 105, scroll to game, select and orderDirecTV 800-200-4388Dish Network 800-454-0843· Channel information will be announced as systems assign itESPN GamePlan (* Not Available in Arkansas and Missouri)Contact your local cable or satellite provider.



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