I'm also in the Nashville area. If the antenna ring is functioning you should not see any flashing alarm light on the dash.
The coil on plug ignition can fail but rarely all coils at once so we are down to compression and fuel.
I doubt your compression magically went away all at once so we have fuel and ignition triggering.
If your fuel pump relay is gone then put in a replacement and be on your way. If the pump doesn't power up then it needs a check for power and replacement .
If the entire fuel system is working you have to see why it would fire and fail from the ignition side. This normally comes down to the cam sensor.
Lurking in the background is the MAF.
Does the car give any codes?
Can you hear the fuel pump power up when you turn the key to position 2 (II)??
When was your last fuel filter change???
Any problems other than this before it finally refused to start??
I don't recall seeing anything on the dash after replacing the antenna ring, but I still have the car apart and can switch the old one back in, if needed.
I didn't think to check the fuel pump, but I can do that. Unsure of last fuel filter change, but would suspect it was maybe a year ago? Had the engine basically rebuilt and it has performed great until now, and I don't think this is engine related. No other major problems, although I did see some posts about MAFs going bad. I figured the antenna ring was a cheap possible fix, so was worth a shot before getting the car towed to a shop. I might give the fuel pump relay a shot as well, I have some time before it needs to be towed.