Hearing for Oklahoma St's Williams delayed again

A court hearing for suspended Oklahoma
State forward Darrell Williams has been postponed for a second
Williams' attorney, Willie Baker, asked that the hearing
scheduled for Friday be moved because Baker was going to be out of
state. Williams is now due back in court on July 8.
Williams faces five felony counts alleging he inappropriately
touched two female OSU students without their consent at an
off-campus party in December.
Williams is charged with four counts of rape by instrumentation
and one count of sexual battery. He pleaded not guilty to four of
the counts before an additional count of rape by instrumentation
was added during a preliminary hearing.
Williams, who started for the Cowboys last season, has been
suspended indefinitely.