Ohio State Quarterback's Case Continued

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio State quarterback Steve Bellisari's court hearing has been postponed again.

Bellisari (pictured, right) was scheduled to answer drunken driving charges in Franklin County Municipal Court on Monday morning, but a judge granted his lawyer's request to postpone it until Wednesday.

Ohio State campus police arrested Bellisari on Nov. 16 on charges of drunken driving, failure to yield at a stop sign and for squealing his tires. According to a police report, Bellisari registered a .22 blood-alcohol level -- more than double the legal limit in Ohio.

Ohio State Coach Jim Tressel suspended Bellisari for one game and kept him on the sidelines during Saturday's win over Michigan.

Bellisari's case is to be heard by Judge Bill Pollitt, a member of the last Ohio State football team to win a national championship in 1968.

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