Start times and TV information for Oklahoma's 2020 football games against Missouri State, Kansas State and Texas were announced Tuesday.
The Sooners' Sept. 12 season-opener vs. Missouri State will kick off at 6 p.m. CT and be available via a pay-per-view broadcast. Oklahoma's Sept. 26 home game vs. Kansas State and the Oct. 10 Red River Showdown vs. Texas at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas will both begin at 11 a.m. CT and be televised by FOX.
Produced by FOX Sports Oklahoma, OU's game vs. Missouri State will be available on a dedicated pay-per-view channel on participating Oklahoma program providers and nationwide via participating satellite and telco distributors. Pricing will vary by distributor. Coverage will begin at 5 p.m. CT with the "Sooner Sports Game Day" pregame show.
The following TV providers will offer the game via pay-per-view broadcast. More OU-Missouri State pay-per-view information, including program providers, will be announced in the coming days.
Note: Providers NOT expected to carry the PPV game include DISH and Sling. The game will also not be available on the SoonerSports Roku app due to Roku's in-app purchasing requirements. If you are unsure whether your provider is carrying the game, please contact your provider directly.