Pay-per-view information for Arkansas – Missouri State football game

Most of you (well, around 75,000 of you) will be spending your Saturday cheering on the Hogs in person at Razorback Stadium when they take on the Missouri State Bears Sept. 3.

At least a few of you, however, will be looking for a place to watch the game on pay-per-view. This post is for you people.

According to a UA release, Cox Communications, AT&T U-Verse, Dish Network, and DirectTV will offer the pay-per-view broadcast. The cost is $34.95.

Cox representative Kelly Zega told us Monday evening that the Cox broadcast is available to Arkansas customers, and can be ordered either by calling 1-888-GET-MORE, or by following the pay-per-view ordering instructions using their remote (channel 606).

“If you scroll through the channel guide right now, you won’t see any programming set up for channel 606 until 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. That’s the correct game, and I believe it will allow you to select it now to advance purchase, as well as an option to purchase or record if you are using a DVR,” she said.

You could also purchase the game through RazorVision (to watch on a PC), and for people outside the states of Missouri and Arkansas, the game will be available on

Below is a list of affiliates around the state that will offer the pay-per-view option.

Affiliates list (From

AT&T U-Verse
Dish Network
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