In other soccer news:
* At least 30 members of Haiti's soccer federation, including an undetermined number of players, died in the country's earthquake, regional soccer authorities said. The dead include referees, coaches, administrators and medical officials, the Caribbean Football Union said. Haiti's federation's headquarters collapsed during last week's quake.
* Lane Kiffin
damaged the car loaned to him while he was Tennessee's coach when he ran it off the road in August. Lexus of Knoxville said in a statement that the vehicle was towed to the dealership and Kiffin's insurance paid the claim on the car. No incident report was filed by local authorities. Tennessee spokeswoman Tiffany Carpenter
said no internal investigation was conducted by the university. Kiffin took the Southern California job last week.
* Bond was set at $40,000 for former University of Florida player Wondy Pierre-Louis after he was charged with choking a girlfriend, according to court records.
* Longtime University of Florida sports broadcaster Steve Babik, 50, is facing federal charges of having child pornography on his home computer. The U.S. Attorney's Office said Babik is charged with one count of receipt and distribution of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography.
* Tony George,
who was ousted as CEO of Indianapolis Motor Speedway last June, has resigned from the board of directors that oversees the speedway and the family business, Hulman & Co.
* The starting time for the Saturday, Feb. 13 Wings-Buffalo National Lacrosse League game at the Wachovia Center has been changed to 8 p.m. It had been slated for 8:30.