2 people were killed in a plane crash in northern Indiana yesterday and one of the victims was a former Sooners quarterback. The private jet crashed into 3 homes yesterday. Steve Davis, 60, and Wesley Caves, 58, were both killed. ESPN reports:
Caves owned the Beechcraft Premier I twin-jet that clipped one house before slamming into two more Sunday afternoon. Caves had a pilot’s license, but it was not immediately clear if he was flying the plane when it crashed.
Davis was a quarterback from 1973-75 with a 32-1-1 record and won the national title in 1974. His record for consecutive starts (32) and victories (34) was only beaten by Landry Jones