Nebraska assistant's hearing for 3rd DUI now set for Nov. 21

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Nebraska receivers coach Keith Williams' next court appearance on a DUI charge has been pushed back to Nov. 21.

Williams was to appear for a court hearing on Monday, but Lancaster County court records show his attorney was granted a continuance until next month.

Williams was charged in August with third-offense driving under the influence after a crash in which he rear-ended an Uber driver's vehicle in downtown Lincoln. Williams' blood-alcohol level was reported at 0.15, nearly twice the legal limit of 0.08. That high a reading could have led to a felony charge for aggravated DUI. He instead was charged with misdemeanor DUI and cited for careless driving after the non-injury crash.

He has pleaded not guilty.