History of Oklahoma Football to be aired on Sooner Sports TV

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    Schooner History of Oklahoma Football to be aired on Sooner Sports TV

    SoonerSportsTV: The History of Oklahoma Football series is coming to TV! Part I airs this Friday night. What to watch this week: http://t.co/jp6zAgBC. How it works is that the movie is 2 hours long with commercial they break it down with 2 segments the 1st hour will be Friday Night 2nd part will be on Saturday Night
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    You need to fix your link.

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    i saw a schedule earlier and it showed up to like six parts airing

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    Originally Posted by OnlyOne View Post
    You need to fix your link.
    http://www.soonersports.com/multimed..._to_watch.html

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    So when it says Part II it means the second half of Part 1. So I guess Part 5&6 will be History Of Oklahoma Football Part 3 split into two segments

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    Originally Posted by SoonerBounce View Post
    So when it says Part II it means the second half of Part 1. So I guess Part 5&6 will be History Of Oklahoma Football Part 3 split into two segments
    I think the Part I and Part II is only referring to Birth of a Championship which is a subset of History of OU Football.
    History of Oklahoma Football Part III is on Monday at 5:30pm.

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    Originally Posted by SoonerBounce View Post
    So when it says Part II it means the second half of Part 1. So I guess Part 5&6 will be History Of Oklahoma Football Part 3 split into two segments
    Part 3 and 4 is Oklahoma History of FootballII and Part 5 and 6 its History of Oklahoma Football III

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    Thanks for this

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    Looks like it's ONLY on Fox Sports OK. Can't find it at all in Dallas.
    So far, this whole Sooner Sports TV thing has kinda sucked.

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    Originally Posted by Jbaker View Post
    Looks like it's ONLY on Fox Sports OK. Can't find it at all in Dallas.
    So far, this whole Sooner Sports TV thing has kinda sucked.
    Been outstanding for me

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    Originally Posted by Jbaker View Post
    Looks like it's ONLY on Fox Sports OK. Can't find it at all in Dallas.
    So far, this whole Sooner Sports TV thing has kinda sucked.
    there are some program that is only on FS Oklahoma but the games is always on FS Oklahoma and on FS Southwest

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    Originally Posted by usaosooner View Post
    Been outstanding for me
    Same here.

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    Originally Posted by Jbaker View Post
    Looks like it's ONLY on Fox Sports OK. Can't find it at all in Dallas.
    So far, this whole Sooner Sports TV thing has kinda sucked.
    I switched to AT&T u-verse and all programming is on 1754. Sometimes it will not show up on the AT&T Guide until the day before.

    You can also check this guide for programming in Dallas

    http://uverseonline.att.net/uverse/tv-listings

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    We get OU stuff on all the FS channels. I've gotten games and shows on Fox New England.

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    Originally Posted by usaosooner View Post
    Been outstanding for me
    I'm sure it's good in Oklahoma. But, with a few exceptions, it's sucked in Texas. A lot of the programming has been on Fox College Sports Central here, which isn't even in HD. And like I said, this isn't even on that.

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    The only thing that sucks about it is all the different channels that things can be on. It makes it tedious to find programming
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    http://www.soonersports.com/genrel/121312aah.html
    NORMAN, Okla. -- Bennie Owen, Bud Wilkinson and Barry Switzer are coming into your living room this holiday season as Sooner Sports TV's The History of Oklahoma Football Parts I and II make their television premieres on FS Oklahoma beginning Friday, Dec. 14.

    Previously only available on DVD, the two feature documentaries -- Part I: Birth of a Champion, covering OU football's infancy through the hiring of Bud Wilkinson, and Part II: Legacy of Winning, following the golden era of Sooner football through its NCAA-record 47-game undefeated streak -- will broadcast on FS Oklahoma in six, one-hour programs throughout the next week.

    All six episodes will also play on FS Oklahoma sequentially in a Christmas Day marathon that begins at 12 p.m. Central. The six-hour marathon will also broadcast on FCS Central Monday, Dec. 24, starting at 3 p.m.

    In addition to the feature presentations, each one-hour segment will have an exclusive sneak peek of Part III: Dynasty of Champions, the recently released DVD that highlights the 1964 through 1988 seasons.

    The History of Oklahoma Football Series Schedule
    Date Time (Central) Episode
    Friday, Dec. 15 11 p.m. Birth of a Champion 1 (1895-1920)
    Saturday, Dec. 16 9 p.m. Birth of a Champion 2 (1921-1946)
    Monday, Dec. 17 5:30 p.m. Birth of a Champion 3 (1947-1952)
    Tuesday, Dec. 18 9 p.m. Legacy of Winning 1 (1953-1955)
    Saturday, Dec. 22 7 p.m. Legacy of Winning 2 (1956-1957)
    Sunday, Dec. 23 9 p.m. Legacy of Winning 3 (1957-1963)
    Tuesday, Dec. 25 12 p.m. Six-Episode Marathon
    The History of Oklahoma Football is the most comprehensive DVD series ever issued on the history of Sooner football. The Sooner Sports TV staff began with 8,000 films in its own library and worked to get those identified and transferred to a digital format. More than 8,000 man hours were invested in completing the project.

    Parts I, II and III are currently available for purchase on DVD. Part IV, covering 1989 through the present day, is scheduled for release in the fall of 2013.

    The History of Oklahoma Football DVD series is produced and directed by Brandon Meier, assistant athletics director/broadcast operations, and Jacob Potter, director of programming and production for Sooner Sports TV.

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