Sure you can, but not all of them in the BIOS/UEFI. BTW, I have two of these boards and IMO they are great.
The ASMedia SATA controller can be disabled in the Storage Configuration section of the UEFI. The extra ASMedia USB 3.0 chip can be disabled in Device Manager, and just don't install its driver. That's it.
Also, if you don't like extra "stuff", don't just load everything from the boards driver disk. You don't really need it at all, just download some things from the boards download page to a USB flash drive and use that to install drivers and programs. All you really need is:
Intel INF installer.
Intel IME software
Intel IRST driver (optional, but I suggest using it)
Broadcom LAN driver (Must have or no Internet!)
Intel USB 3.0 driver.
Intel VGA driver (If using onboard video.)
ASR AXTU utility (optional, but useful.)