It is being reported that one of the victims in the airplane crash in South Bend, Indiana was legendary Oklahoma quarterback Steve Davis. He was 60 years old.
The plane killed two of the four people aboard on impact and damaged three single story homes.
According to Yahoo Sports:
The plane, which was carrying four passengers, actually touched down at the airport before going back up and crashing into three homes in a nearby neighborhood. The pilot reported a problem with electrical power on approach.
Fellow passenger Wesley Caves also was killed. Two other passengers were seriously injured and a woman in one of the houses also was hurt. All three were taken to Memorial Hospital.
Davis played quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners from 1972-76 and was the 1976 Orange Bowl MVP. Davis, 60, was 32-1-1 as a starter and led the Sooners to two national titles.
May he rest in peace.