IN THE RED ZONE: Florida Tech Coach Steve Englehart Joins Alan Zlotorzynski From Old School Pizza

By  //  September 14, 2017

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SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Watch “In The Red Zone” with Florida Tech Panthers head football coach Steve Englehart. Hosted by Alan Zlotorzynski from Old School Pizza. The show is presented by Old School Pizza, Adventure HQ, Prestige Title and PT Professionals.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Join Space Coast Daily’s Alan Zlotorzynski and Florida Tech Head Football Coach Steve Englehart for “In the Red Zone,” live from Old School Pizza in Melbourne.

The show is presented by Old School Pizza, Adventure HQ, Prestige Title and PT Professionals.

In this edition of “Inside the Red Zone,” Alan and Coach will recap last week’s game against McNeese State last Saturday, and take a look ahead at Shorter, who will take on the Panthers Saturday night in Melbourne.

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After falling behind early, FIT made it a one-score game in the second half, but eventually the Panthers ran out of steam and were defeated 42-21 on the road at Cowboys Stadium. Mark Cato completed 21-of-37 passing for 333 yards, two touchdowns and just one pick.

Antwuan Haynes ran for 36 yards and one touchdown on seven carries, while also catching five passes for 68 yards and a receiving touchdown.

Mark Cato, left, completed 21-of-37 passing for 333 yards, two touchdowns and just one pick. Antwuan Haynes, right, ran for 36 yards and one touchdown on seven carries, while also catching five passes for 68 yards and a receiving touchdown.

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Florida Tech Falls to McNeese State 42-21, Cato Throws For 333 Yards, Two Scores

FIT enters its fifth season and has increased its win total every year since the inaugural campaign.

After posting a record of 8-3 and making their first postseason appearance a year ago, the Panthers are looking to continue their upward trajectory.

The Gulf South Conference’s top scoring team in 2016 (37.4 points per game) should again feature a high-flying offense with much of its weapons returning, while the defense is primed to dominate its opponents under the guidance of new defensive coordinator Rick Minter.

Buffalo Wild Wings in Viera is a kind supporter of “Inside the Red Zone” with Steve Englehart and Florida Tech Panthers football. No matter how many locations they’ve opened or how many years they have been around one thing remains the same: Buffalo Wild Wings is the ultimate place to get together with your friends, watch sports, drink beer and eat wings.

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