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Found January 11, 2013 on In The Neutral Zone:

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Boston-based Sweet Cupcakes has taken it to a new level as they have introduced the Bill Belichick Hoodie Hupcake, which is a nod to the hoodie the New England Patriots coach wears on the sidelines during each of the team’s games. The company has been awarded Boston’s Best Cupcakes in 2009, 2010, and 2011, proving that they are just as successful as the man under the hood.

Sweet Cupcake’s website states that they are “committed to making your experience a friendly, fabulous, and, most importantly, delicious one!” It is hard to imagine deliciousness associated with Bill Belichick’s hoodie.

Photo credit: Sweet Cupcakes

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