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Georgia Store Removes Irish Spring Soap Prior to Notre Dame Game

Georgia Store Removes Irish Spring Soap Prior to Notre Dame Game

This Saturday, Georgia will take on Notre Dame in one of the biggest events ever to take place in Sanford Stadium.

Dill's Food City posted to its Facebook page to start the week and shared pictures of staff clearing the shelves of Irish Spring soap, writing "Sorry Dill's customers, there will be no Irish Spring at our stores this week".

The supermarket says the bars are "temporarily out of stock" but it is pretty clear they have just been shelved briefly due to the impending matchup with the Fighting Irish.

This week's game is a pivotal one for a pair of programs with recent College Football Playoff appearances.

The grocery stores in the nearby Georgia towns of Lavonia and Royston removed all Irish Spring soap from the shelves until after the UGA-Notre Dame game. Georgia won that meeting 17-10 en route to its last national title.

The Bulldogs are considered a 13.5 point favorite over the Fighting Irish in a contest that will kickoff at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.