TULSA - Family members have now confirmed that one of the most successful quarterbacks in college football history died in a plane crash Sunday.
Steve Davis racked up a record of 32-1-1 as a starting quarterback at the University of Oklahoma in 1973-76.
The team won two national championships with him at the helm and Davis was chosen Most Valuable Player at the Orange Bowl in '76.
He went on to a career in broadcasting, spending 18 years on television and later moving on to radio, including KRMG.
Davis was living and working in Tulsa when he boarded a private jet belonging to Tulsa businessman Wesley Caves to fly to South Bend, Indiana, on Sunday.
The aircraft had mechanical difficulties and crashed into a home, killing two people on board.
Two other people aboard reportedly survived the crash.
One person on the ground was injured.
Indiana authorities have not officially released the names of any of the people aboard the aircraft.
The coroner plans a news conference Monday morning.
The mayor of South Bend will speak to the press at noon and the fire department later in the day.