Kilt-Clad Scotsman on the Super Bowl
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Kilt-Clad Scotsman on the Super Bowl

Sports Writer Gary Ralston of the Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Limited discusses the differences between American athletes and British athletes, talks about the relevance of the Super Bowl in the U.K. and even describes his kilt. Ralston is in town to cover Giants Kicker Lawrence Tynes, who is Scottish.Reporter: Dan Steinberg/The Washington PostVideo: Jonathan Forsythe/washingtonpost.com

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