Any luck with the analog station WSTR 64? If you can get that one in without a lot of snow, I'd say you'd have a shot at the digital, or, if it's watchable enough, I suppose you could watch the analog station for the U.K. Games. If it's watchable enough though, you'd probably be able to get the digital station too.
As Paul said though, depending upon your location, you might not want to put too much effort into it, as, especially if you have terrain issues as the high-frequency of channel 64 for the analog, and Low power for their digital on 33 might make it especially difficult for you.
Also, if you can do it with your receiver, I suppose you could try manually tuning the receiver to RF channel 33 and see if you get any sort of reading from them on your receiver's signal quality meter.
They at least USED to have a Low Power(very very low power with a directional antenna pattern that definetly doesn't favor my direction, but should cover city of Dayton) analog translator station on channel 66(W66AQ) in Dayton -- It's still licensed according to FCC info, and transmitter should be at the Dayton antenna farm with the rest of the Dayton TV stations(except WWRD-LP 55, tower near bellbrook) ... I'm not sure, but I don't think the LP translator on 66 is "really" on the air though.
A bit of trivia, but In the early 80's, they offered a scrambled, "hbo-like" movie service OTA called ONTV (at that time, WSTR 64 call signs were WBTI, then they were later WIII -- The "eyes of Cincinnati!), with a certian amount of the day offering unscrambled programming for public service obligations. By the mid-80's it had "detiroarated" into all porn programming(some things were "visable" on a regular TV, although distorted), and soon went belly up. The rapid profileration of cable service+sat(BUD mostly) at the time probably didn't help their subscriber numbers any. Also, it was possible to legally obtain a "kit descrambler" which one could build themsleves, and that probably didn't help them much either.
I think the ONTV service was probably why they needed/used the channel 66 translator to help cover Dayton, as their old tower/power of analog 64 wasn't what it is now. The analog on 64 is now a full power 5000KW ERP station, and the tower is about 5 miles north of the other Dayton Towers(it's easily visable from I-75, it's an "artistic looking" "Star tower" which went up in early 90's) - although, again, given the high frequenecy involved, it still makes it difficult for them to cover a large area and be easily receivable, especially when serious terrain issues are involved.
Anyhow, way back then, if you wanted their subscription service, you rented a box from them, and they installed a Blonder-Tongue antenna cut for channel 64(or 66) on your roof. I still see a few of those antennas on roofs in the area(they are fairly small, and are just yagi's with no corner reflector on back), and they probably still work quite well on hi-UHF channels, if the feedline hasn't deterioated too much.
On the UK games, yeah. They haven't seemed to have had as many the past couple of years on WSTR, (WBQC 25, UPN Cincy(a fairly Low power analog station which should be increasing power and moving to channel 38 soon) has had some of them in past few years too though), but WSTR used to have about all of them -- Maybe WSTR will have more UK games again this year, as I did notice they had that exhibition game the other night.
Anyhow, Since WSTR had that game the other night, maybe they'll do it again this year.
Enough blabbering about History and analog stations and such,