The suspect, identified by witnesses as Bianca Nicole Taylor, who accompanied Butcher to the house, went outside to their car “and came back with a gun, allegedly, and fired one shot at the doorway,” Stockton said. Hurricane threatens Miami home game The date for Georgia Tech’s game at No. 6 Miami might be switched because of the threat posed to South Florida by Hurricane Wilma. Officials from both schools, the Atlantic Coast Conference, ABC and ESPN are scheduled to have a conference call today. Miami athletic director Paul Dee said a decision on Saturday’s game will be made sometime this afternoon, but not necessarily stemming from the call. “We’re going to base it on the best information the National Hurricane Center and others have for us at that time,” Dee said. “Our first priority is the safety of the players and of the fans. And we’re pretty experienced at this.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Shot once in the side, Jermaine Little died at Roane County Medical Center. Harriman police chief Jack Stockton said there was a dispute over money. Little’s girlfriend, Jessica Butcher, claimed he owed her $500. “There was a physical altercation inside the residence and something happened,” Stockton said. Tech coach Chan Gailey said options include moving the game up one day to Friday or pushing the game back one month to the Yellow Jackets’ open week on Nov. 19. Cohen withdraws from Skate America ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Skate America lost its biggest headliner Tuesday when Sasha Cohen withdrew from the season’s first Grand Prix of Figure Skating event. Cohen injured a muscle on her left side — the oblique muscle — during practice last Thursday in California and was told to quit doing triple jumps for at least a week. Cohen is scheduled to compete next in the Trophee Eric Bompard in Paris on Nov. 17-20. Coach John Nicks believes she’ll be ready as long as she returns to full on-ice training next week. “I told her if she wasn’t able to do a run-through yesterday she probably wouldn’t be able to compete this weekend,” he said. Sports columnist Lebovitz dies at 89 CLEVELAND —Hal Lebovitz, a longtime sports writer and award-winning columnist who was inducted into Baseball’s Hall of Fame, died Tuesday of cancer. He was 89. Lebovitz was a fixture on Cleveland’s sports scene for more than 60 years. Since 1984, he was the featured sports columnist for The News-Herald and The Morning Journal of Lorain. Lebovitz wrote the popular “Ask Hal” column in which he answered reader’s questions about sports rules. “Hal was a legend,” said Steve Roszczyk, publisher of The News-Herald. “Most of our readers know him as one of, if not the greatest columnist in Cleveland sports history.” Notable SOCCER: Brian Kerr was fired as coach of Ireland’s national soccer team, six days after he failed to lead his squad to the World Cup finals … Johnny Haynes, a former World Cup captain and one of England’s most respected midfielders, died Tuesday after a car crash, the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary said. He turned 71 on Monday, the day of the accident. TENNIS: Fifth-seeded David Nalbandian beat Austria’s Jurgen Melzer 7-6 (1), 6-3 to advance to the third round of the Madrid Masters. — From wire reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The younger brother of NFL player Leonard Little was shot to death and a 17-year-old girl was taken into custody after trying to flee police Tuesday. Investigators found Jermaine Little, 24, lying on the floor of a friend’s home about 5:30 p.m. Monday in Harriman, about 40 miles east of Knoxville where his brother once starred for the University of Tennessee.