Nebraska receivers coach Keith Williams was charged Monday with third-offense driving under the influence after a weekend crash in which he rear-ended an Uber drivers vehicle in downtown Lincoln.Williams appeared in court by video from the Lancaster County Jail, where he had been held since his arrest early Sunday.A judge said he could sign out of jail by posting a $5,000 personal recognizance bond and ordered him not to drink alcohol while hes out.He was out of jail by late afternoon.The 45-year-old 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 crash, in which no injuries were reported.He pleaded not guilty. Coach Mike Riley said steps would be taken by the university but did not provide details.There are things about representing and there also is the bottom line: This is dangerous, dangerous stuff, Riley said.People get killed, kill others, kill themselves. Thats all bad. Well have an assessment, evaluation of it, and then you talk about things like intervention, education, and then therell be consequences, which Im not ready to talk about right now.Police spokeswoman Officer Katie Flood said Williams has two prior DUI convictions, both in California, in 2004 and 2009. Riley said the university was aware of Williams previous DUI convictions before he was hired in 2015.Riley said Williams was ?cleared in the hiring process and went forward as a normal employee.Williams arrest came on the weekend five-star receiver recruit Joseph Lewis of Los Angeles was on campus for a visit. 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Congolese Football Federation (CFF) president Constant Omari, who is also a FIFA executive committee member, told a French radio station that Mbokani faces a possible sanction because he did not arrive for the games.But Mbokani told Sky Sports News HQ: There wasnt an agreement with me and Congo like there was with me and Norwich. Norwich knew where I was coming from and with Congo it was a misunderstanding.I was caught up in current events which led to this current situation and I think it might be the best time to stop playing international football, thats my stance on it.In normal circumstances of course I want to play for them but in exceptional circumstances I was disappointed they couldnt see where I was coming from. Villarreals Cedric Bakambu travelled to Congo despite being at Brussels airport And he added on Congolese radio: I was at Brussels airport at the timee of the attacks.dddddddddddd Immediately after, I called the vice-president Theo Binamungu and he promised to call me but, since that day, no one called me, not even a message of support and encouragement from what happened to me.I stayed in Brussels with my family, which I almost lost in the attacks. I asked my team to give me a few days of rest; time for me to recover from the trauma. Someone from the Congolese tried to make me travel to Kinshasa.But CFF president Omari told Sky Sports News HQ: He hasnt been in touch directly with the CFF to say hes quitting international football. Ive only read the reports in the press like everyone else.Its not for Mbokani to quit international football. You cant just get up in the morning and decide youre not playing for your country anymore. 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