It's father vs. son
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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - History will repeat itself. There had never been a situation where a father and son had coached against one another in NCAA Division I women's basketball prior to the 2014-15.

There had never been a situation where a father and son had coached against one another in NCAA Division I women's basketball prior to the 2014-15.
It's about to happen twice in the same season when Middle Tennessee faces Ole Miss in Round 3 of the WNIT at Murphy Center Thursday at 7 p.m.

Middle Tennessee (23-9) is guided by all-time wins leader Rick Insell (251 career wins). Ole Miss is led by Rick's son, Matt Insell.Middle Tennessee defeated Ole Miss, 71-65, in Oxford, Miss., Nov. 23. It marked the first time a father and son had squared off against one another as head coaches in

Middle Tennessee defeated Ole Miss, 71-65, in Oxford, Miss., Nov. 23. It marked the first time a father and son had squared off against one another as head coaches in a NCAA Division I women's basketball game.

Ole Miss (19-13) defeated Georgia Tech, 63-48, Sunday night, after Middle Tennessee had turned back Arkansas State, 70-60, in its second round game earlier in the day.

General admission tickets are $10 for adults and $4 for students. They can be purchased at the MT Ticket Office or online at GoBlueRaider.com.
Middle Tennessee is 2-0 in the WNIT with back-to-back home wins against Ball State and Arkansas State to reach the Sweet 16. Ole Miss picked up wins against UT-Martin and Georgia Tech to reach Round 3.

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