The case against Pirate quarterback Rob Kass has been delayed yet another time today.
The ECU sophomore appeared briefly in court Monday morning on a DWI charge. Kass was charged after a sobriety checkpoint in August, one week before ECU's season opener against Virginia Tech.
Kass's case has been continued for a third time. He's now scheduled to appear February 4th.
Police say Kass blew a .19 at a police checkpoint. The legal limit for blood alcohol content is .08. Kass was 20 years old at the time of his arrest.
Kass sat out the game versus Virginia Tech but played as a starting quarterback for the remainder of the season, through the Hawaii Bowl in December.
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