The Virginia Beach restaurant that hosted Michael Vick's birthday party has given police video that contradicts the account given by Vick's attorney of the moments before a shooting early Friday, a restaurant partner told the Daily Press of Newport News, Va.

Guadalajara spokesman Allen Fabijan said owners turned over surveillance video to police Tuesday. Vick's attorney has said Vick left well before the shooting.

Fabijan said two cars carrying Vick, an Eagles quarterback from Newport News, and his entourage left at 2:07 a.m. Three minutes later, shots rang out from the direction the cars had gone, Fabijan said.

An unidentified eyewitness told the newspaper that shooting victim Quanis Phillips, a codefendant in the Vick dogfighting case, tapped or slapped on the hand of Vick's fiancee, Kijafa Frink, as she fed Vick cake. He said little cake touched Vick's face, but words were exchanged. Unnamed witnesses gave the New York Post a similar account.

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Willie Colon will have surgery Wednesday to repair a torn right Achilles' tendon and is expected to miss the season.

COLLEGE BASEBALL: South Carolina defeated UCLA, 2-1, to win the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. The Gamecocks also had won Monday in the best-of-three series.

Gamecocks first baseman Christian Walker starred at Kennedy-Kenrick High School in Norristown.

Joe Lubanski, an outfielder and designated hitter who will be a senior at Malvern Prep, has committed to play baseball at Yale.

HOCKEY: If Mike Modano plays a 21st season in the NHL, it won't be with the Dallas Stars, who announced he will not be offered a contract when free agency opens Thursday.

The Nashville Predators traded goalie Dan Ellis, forward Dustin Boyd, and future considerations to the Montreal Canadiens for forward Sergei Kostitsyn.

Ex-Flyer Adam Oates is filling the final assistant spot for the New Jersey Devils.

The Ottawa Senators are buying out the last year of Jonathan Cheechoo's deal.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel dismissed three incoming freshmen from the team for violating team rules.

Paul Richardson, Shaquille Richardson and Josh Shirley were charged in connection with the theft of a purse from a locker.

Villanova's football team received the 2010 John Wanamaker Athletic Award at the Philadelphia Sports Congress luncheon at the Wanamaker building.

- Staff and wire reports