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Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns® web site is back and better than ever
AftEr AboUt A fIvE-moNth hIAtUs,
Louisiana’s ragin’ Cajuns’® web site
is live again.
but just about the only part that
stayed the same is the UrL: www.raginca-
juns.com All the rest is prime time.
UL Lafayette hired Xos technologies
to provide server space and web site design.
the florida-based company has more than
480 clients who represent more than 900
university and pro sports teams, including
the florida gators, ohio state buckeyes
and LsU tigers in baton rouge, La.
John Dugas, event management coor-
dinator for UL Lafayette’s Athletics Depart-
ment, has been working with an Xos crew
for several months to fashion the ragin’
Cajuns’ new web site.
Cox Communication is the site’s
Dugas said the university wants to
provide a first-rate web site for ragin’ Ca-
And, a university’s presence on the
Internet is especially important to young
men and women, he continued. “the col-
lege-age kids now are on the Internet so
much. Your web site creates your image. If
you send them to a site that doesn’t look
top notch, that’s the impression they have,
even if they come for a campus visit.”
here’s a preview of some www.ragin-
n Keeping TracK
there’s an all-sports calendar and
schedule that covers every sport – right
on the home page, all the time. better yet,
fans can easily download the information
onto their computers’ microsoft office
outlook calendar. Icons on the calendar
will indicate when related information or
features are available, such as game notes
or streaming video.
“We’ll make it easy for fans to know
what’s going on,” Dugas said.
n cajun clippings
this service enables www.raginca-
juns.com users to receive, via e-mail, all
press releases and game reports as soon as
they’re posted by UL Lafayette’s sports In-
n picTure This
“We’re going to have more