SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Join Florida Tech Coach Steve Englehart ‘Inside the Red Zone’ With Alan Zlotorzynski

By  //  September 7, 2017


SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Space Coast Daily TV presents, from Old School Pizza in Midtown Melbourne, “Inside The Red Zone” with Florida Tech Panthers head football coach Steve Englehart, hosted by Space Coast Daily’s, Alan Zlotorzynski.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Now that Florida Tech football is back, be sure to join head coach Steve Englehart every week on Space Coast Daily TV for “Inside the Red Zone,” hosted by Alan Zlotorzynski.

Coach Englehart and Zlotorzynski will be live on location from a popular local restaurant each week recapping the Panther’s previous game – and previewing the upcoming contest.

The show will include highlights, player interviews and analysis of critical moments from the game by coach Englehart. The show will also preview the Panther’s upcoming contest with game film, and even take a question or two from the live audience.

Entering their fifth season on the gridiron, the Florida Tech Panthers hope to build on their best season in 2016 when they finished with an 8-2 record and reached the Division II playoffs for the first time in program history. Florida Tech enters the 2017 season with a four-year mark of 24-18 in 42 regular season games.

They were recently picked to finish fourth in the Gulf South Conference by the coaches behind North Alabama, the four-time reigning conference champions, and last year’s national runner-up, Valdosta State and West Georgia.

Four players were recently recognized as Pre-Season GSC All-Americans, two from each side of the football.

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Running back Antwuan Haynes and quarterback Mark Cato were selected on offense. Haynes was named to the All-GSC First Team in 2016 after leading the league in rushing yards (1,076) and all-purpose yards (1,783) to go along with 12 total touchdowns.

Cato led the GSC in passing efficiency in 2016 (152.2), while racking up 2,263 passing yards, 455 rushing yards and 28 total touchdowns. On the defensive side, FIT is represented by defensive lineman Adonis Davis and defensive back Jo Jackson.

The Panthers kick off the season at home on Saturday Sept. 2 vs. Virginia University of Lynchburg before travelling to play FCS Division I foe, McNeese State.

Florida Tech then returns home for one game before hitting the road to face two teams they have a combined 7-0 record against, Shorter and Mississippi College.

The Panthers will close out September looking to gain a measure of revenge as they host West Florida, a team the Panthers lost to last season during the Argonauts inaugural season.

Mark Cato led the GSC in passing efficiency in 2016 (152.2), while racking up 2,263 passing yards, 455 rushing yards and 28 total touchdowns.


Season tickets for the 2017 season are available. Premium season tickets are only $70 for adults and $45 for FIT employees with ID, seniors ages 65 and above and children ages 5-16. General admission season tickets are $50 for adults and $30 for FIT employees, seniors and children.

Season tickets can be purchased at, in-person by appointment at the Clemente Center Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by calling the FIT Ticket Office at 321-674-6228.