One of the strongest earthquakes in state history rocked central Oklahoma late Saturday after a day of smaller quakes, a 5.6 magnitude temblor that rattled a college football stadium 50 miles (80 kilometers) away, shook buildings, caused cracks and was felt as far away as Tennessee, authorities said.
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