Steve Davis, Oklahoma Star Quarterback Dies in Plane Crash
Ex-University of Oklahoma star quarterback Steve Davis was one of two people killed in a jet crash Sunday in Indiana, where the aircraft struck several homes, according to NPR.
Davis, 60, took the Oklahoma Sooners to national championships in 1974 and 1975. He and the other pilot of the Beechcraft Premier twin-jet, Wesley Caves, 58, died in the accident in South Bend.
Two passengers in the plane, which had taken off from Tulsa, survived the crash. NPR identified them as Jim Rodgers and Christopher Evans.
Diana McKeown, who was on the ground, was hurt.
The National Transportation Safety Board was at the scene investigating the crash.