The Big Ten might dominate March Madness in 2013 and the conference is certainly front and center when it comes to odds to win the AP Player of the Year award.
Michigan point guard Trey Burke leads the college basketball odds board at 2/1 and averaging 19 PPG and 7 APG keeps him ahead of a pair of Indiana Hoosiers.
Victor Oladipo is the second betting choice according to online sportsbook at 7/2. His Indiana teammate Cody Zeller is tied for 6th at 12/1 odds.
The Big East is represented by Otto Porter, the sophomore powerhouse forward at Georgetown. He was 9/2 odds as of early March. Duke's Mason Plumlee is 17/2, while also enjoying status as the favorite in ACC Player of the Year odds.
Mid-majors are also represented with Gonzaga's Kelly Olynyk and Creighton's Doug McDermott among the top six picks.
Check out the full list of Player of the Year odds, along with ACC, Big 12, Big East and Big Ten Player of the Year odds, all courtesy of .
Odds to win 2012-2013 Associated Press Player of the Year
Trey Burke (Michigan) 2/1
Victor Oladipo (Indiana) 7/2
Otto Porter (Georgetown) 9/2
Doug McDermott (Creighton) 17/2
Mason Plumlee (Duke) 17/2
Kelly Olynyk (Gonzaga) 12/1
Cody Zeller (Indiana) 12/1
Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State) 20/1
Ben McLemore (Kansas) 20/1
Shane Larkin (Miami) 20/1
Odds to win 2012-2013 ACC Player of the Year
Mason Plumlee (Duke) 1/1
Shane Larkin (Miami) 13/4
Erick Green (Virginia Tech) 6/1
James Michael McAdoo (North Carolina) 6/1
C.J. Leslie (NC State) 10/1
Joe Harris (Virginia) 10/1
Odds to win 2012-2013 Big 12 Player of the Year
Ben McLemore (Kansas) 2/1
Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State) 5/2
Rodney McGruder (Kansas State) 7/2
Jeff Withey (Kansas) 5/1
Romero Osby (Oklahoma) 10/1
Pierre Jackson (Baylor) 10/1
Odds to win 2012-2013 Big East Player of the Year
Otto Porter (Georgetown) 1/5
Russ Smith (Louisville) 4/1
Brandon Triche (Syracuse) 12/1
Jack Cooley (Notre Dame) 12/1
Bryce Cotton (Providence) 25/1
Sean Kilpatrick (Cincinnati) 25/1
Odds to win 2012-2013 Big Ten Player of the Year
Trey Burke (Michigan) 5/4
Victor Oladipo (Indiana) 2/1
Cody Zeller (Indiana) 7/2
Deshaun Thomas (Ohio State) 5/1
Andre Hollins (Minnesota) 20/1
Keith Appling (Michigan State) 20/1