by Carlos E. Castañeda

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF)  – A traditional San Francisco treat is getting a new treatment in anticipation of the 49ers-Seahawks NFC Championship clash in Seattle Sunday.

The Boudin Bakery and restaurant on Fisherman’s Wharf is used to displaying critters made out of its world-famous sourdough. The unique bread loaves are displayed in a window to the delight of tourists.

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This week, Boudin bakers have  shown their 49er pride with a large sourdough alligator, dressed up in a Patrick Willis jersey.

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A strategically-placed Seahawks shirt finishes off the display, with the massive and intricately-made gator loaf looking like it is about to chomp down on  it.

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The sourdough gator was also set up before the 49ers victory against the Carolina Panthers  last Sunday. Superstition may keep the tradition going depending on the result this Sunday.