The University of Louisiana at Lafayette's athletic program has grown these past few years and its' gained more fans along the way especially after the Ragin Cajun's victory at the New Orleans bowl.
With the growing number of fans attending home games and more of the spotlight shining on the team, people who work closely and invest in the university say some big changes could be on the way.
President of Midsouth Bank Rusty Cloutier says his bank along with other banks have been working closely with the university on some major changes. Cloutier says a new stadium that holds 50 to 60 thousand people is in the works.
Cloutier went on to say that he went to visit the Boone Pickens Stadium in Oklahoma because they are going to build a stadium equal to that. We did reach out to UL Lafayette's athletic program, they said they are currently working on a master plan that outlines all changes they want to make and they will reveal that in late October.