No One Won Record Mega Millions Jackpot

Second-highest in the game's history

Get ready to do it all again. 

Indiana Lottery officials say no one won last night's record 667 million-dollar Mega Millions jackpot, so the grand prize and the lotto fever in the state will grow for Friday. 

Lotto managers say Friday's drawing could be worth 868 million-dollars. 

The estimated $667 million total is the second-highest in the game's history.

The largest, just $2 million more, was drawn in March 2012. 

It would also be the fourth-largest winning jackpot in U.S. history, with two Powerball drawings outranking the highest Mega Millions totals.

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