Super Bowl Interview: Ray Rice with Scott Graham

02/01/2013

Ray Rice Interview

Many topics will be discussed this Super Bowl Week and dozens upon dozens of experts will make their predictions for who will win the big game, but let there be no doubt about this: the man pictured to the left was styling when he showed up for our Super Bowl interview.

And as cool as Ray Rice looked this week, his game lived up to the look all year long – including on that epic 4th-and-29 pickup against San Diego which just might’ve saved the Ravens’ season.

Ahead of Super Bowl XLVII, Rice peered through his shades at our Scott Graham, who asked him about that key play, his team’s season so far and much more.

(Listen to Ray Rice’s interview with Scott Graham)

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Ray Rice talks with Scott Graham (and the rest of the Westwood One Sports crew) at Super Bowl XLVII.

Ray Rice talks with Scott Graham (and the rest of the Westwood One Sports crew) at Super Bowl XLVII.

 

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