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People & pets celebrate Sunbelt win

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Sunday's Sunbelt win by the UL Lafayette men's basketball team and NCAA tournament bid has retailers throughout Lafayette seeing green and not because it's Saint Patrick's Day. 

People are flocking to places like the Red Zone, located off of Johnston Street, for Ragin' Cajuns merchandise.

According to the university, the official Sunbelt conference shirts should be ready by Tuesday and the NCAA shirts should be ready by late week. The excitement even has pet retailers stocking up.

According to Jacey Simon, owner of Spoiled Pet Spa and Boutique her store carries all sorts of Ragin' Cajuns accessories and clothes for pets of all sizes. Simon goes on to say that when the Cajuns win, people flock to buy their pets the latest Ragin' Cajuns merchandise.

The Red Zone wants to remind everyone when purchasing merchandise, make sure there's a hologram on it ensuring it is in fact authentic Ragin' Cajuns gear.

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