uhci.ko keeps showing up

I've commented out device uhci in my kernel config, but I keep getting
uhci.ko loaded on boot. I'm not using usb at all. I understand that I
should be able to disable usb in my bios, but it's difficult to get
to, as the server is remote. Is there anything I can do to prevent the
uhci.ko from being loaded?

I'm nerdy in the extreme and whiter than sour cream
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