Ok great. Here is the output:
ok, you still have an xorg.conf that didn't get removed.
su -c "yum remove /etc/X11/xorg*"
Don't forget the asterisk after xorg, it helps remove the xorg.conf and it's backup file.
You can try rebooting after that. Keep your fingers crossed.
Well, sometimes they do that, but with info pertaining to nouveau. You did remove the kmod-nvidia drivers right? What was the outcome of letting it boot all the way? Did you get a black screen with a blinking cursor in the upper left hand corner of the monitor?
Lets see what xorg.conf has in it.
su -c "cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf"