FAYETTEVILLE – The Arkansas Razorback 2010 football season opener against Tennessee Tech, scheduled for 6 p.m. CT, on Saturday, Sept. 4, will be televised on a pay-per-view basis. The game will be presented by AT&T and produced by Razorback Sport Properties as part of the Razorback Sports Network from ISP.
KATV anchor Scott Inman will handle the play-by-play call while Jimmy Dykes will provide color commentary and former Arkansas quarterback Quinn Grovey will report from the sideline. Dykes has worked with ESPN for 17 years, including seven seasons broadcasting college football, while Inman has been with KATV since 1999 and has handled the call for several Razorback events.Grovey was a three-year starter for Arkansas and led the Razorbacks to back-to-back Southwest Conference titles in 1988 and 1989.
The cost of the pay-per-view broadcast is $34.99 and fans should contact their cable and satellite providers for ordering information. As of Aug. 24th, the game will be made available by the affiliates listed below. Fans should contact the cable and satellite provider in their area if it is not listed for additional information.
Fans may also purchase the pay-per-view for viewing on their computer through ArkansasRazorbacks.com’s RazorVision. Per league guidelines, the pay-per-view broadcast on computer is not a part of the RazorVision subscription and must be purchased separately. Fans should take note that the game is only available on Comcast in Little Rock, Ark.,and Memphis, Tenn. Also, the game’s broadcast on Cox is only within the state of Arkansas
Affiliates (as of Sept. 1, 2010)AT&T U-verseDirectTVDish NetworkArkansas West CommunicationsClinton CableComcast – Little Rock, Ark.Comcast – Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, TennesseeCequell III ProgrammingConway CorpCox Communications – Arkansas/KansasEast Arkansas VideoEast County VideoMadison County CableMemphis ComcastPine Bluff Cable TelevisionResort Television Cable Ritter CommunicationsSuddenLink White County Video