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College basketball odds: Wisconsin at 16/1 to win NCAA championship, per Bovada

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Bovada also has Duke's Jabari Parker as the favorite to win Associated Press Player of the Year.

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Wisconsin is now 15-0 and rolling through the early portion of Big Ten play. Per Bovada, the Badgers are now 16/1 odds to win the NCAA championship in April. Those are the 10th-highest odds in the country, and up from the 50/1 that Wisconsin opened the season at.

Arizona currently has the greatest title odds at 11/2, followed by Michigan State (6/1) and Kentucky (7/1). Ohio State is the only other Big Ten team ahead of Wisconsin, at 12/1.

Bovada also has odds to win the 2013-14 Associated Press Player of the Year Award. Duke's Jabari Parker leads at 4/1, followed by Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart at 7/1 and Kentucky's Julius Randle at 8/1.

Odds on 5/15/13 Current Odds
Arizona 15/1 11/2
Michigan State 12/1 6/1
Kentucky 5/1 7/1
Kansas 11/2 15/2
Louisville 17/2 10/1
Oklahoma State 50/1 10/1
Syracuse 25/1 10/1
Duke 14/1 12/1
Ohio State 20/1 12/1
Wisconsin 50/1 16/1
Florida 18/1 20/1
North Carolina 16/1 25/1
Wichita State 66/1 28/1
Iowa 50/1 40/1
Pittsburgh 50/1 40/1
UCLA 40/1 40/1
Villanova 66/1 40/1
Colorado 40/1 50/1
Connecticut 33/1 50/1
Iowa State 100/1 50/1
Memphis 33/1 50/1
Michigan 33/1 50/1
Oregon 100/1 50/1
San Diego State 100/1 50/1
Creighton 50/1 66/1
Gonzaga 50/1 66/1
Missouri 50/1 66/1
VCU 50/1 66/1
Baylor 50/1 75/1
Cincinnati 100/1 100/1
Georgetown 50/1 100/1
St. Louis 50/1 100/1
Virginia 66/1 100/1
UMass Off the Board 100/1
Florida State 75/1 150/1
Illinois 66/1 150/1
Indiana 33/1 150/1
Kansas State 100/1 150/1
New Mexico 50/1 150/1
Oklahoma 200/1 150/1
Tennessee 66/1 150/1
LSU 150/1 150/1
Butler 66/1 200/1
Harvard 200/1 200/1
Minnesota 66/1 200/1
Texas 100/1 200/1
Xavier 200/1 200/1
George Washington Off the Board 200/1
Boise State 150/1 250/1
Dayton 150/1 250/1
Marquette 50/1 250/1
Notre Dame 75/1 250/1
Ole Miss 100/1 250/1
Arizona State 100/1 300/1
Clemson 250/1 300/1
NC State 50/1 300/1
St. John's 66/1 300/1
St. Mary's 150/1 300/1
Stanford 100/1 300/1
Texas A&M 200/1 300/1
Wake Forest 250/1 300/1
Alabama 100/1 500/1
Arkansas 150/1 500/1
BYU 100/1 500/1
California 100/1 500/1
Maryland 200/1 500/1
Miami Florida 100/1 500/1
Purdue 100/1 500/1
UNLV 66/1 500/1
USC 150/1 500/1
Vanderbilt 100/1 500/1
Virginia Tech 250/1 500/1
Washington 200/1 500/1
West Virginia 100/1 500/1
George Mason Off the Board 500/1
Boston College 500/1 1000/1
Colorado State 150/1 1000/1
Georgia 200/1 1000/1
Georgia Tech 200/1 1000/1
Northwestern 500/1 1000/1
South Carolina 250/1 1000/1
St. Joe's 250/1 1000/1
Temple 150/1 1000/1
Washington State 200/1 1000/1
La Salle Off the Board 1000/1
Richmond Off the Board 1000/1
St. Bonaventure Off the Board 1000/1
Rhode Island Off the Board 1000/1
Fordham Off the Board 1000/1
Davidson 250/1 2000/1
Mississippi State 500/1 Off the Board

Odds to win 2013-14 AP Player of the Year

Jabari Parker (Duke) 4/1
Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State) 7/1
Julius Randle (Kentucky) 8/1
Doug McDermott (Creighton) 8/1
Russ Smith (Louisville) 8/1
Andrew Wiggins (Kansas) 10/1
C.J. Fair (Syracuse) 12/1
Shabazz Napier (UConn) 12/1
Aaron Craft (Ohio State) 15/1
Chaz Williams (UMass) 15/1
Aaron Gordon (Arizona) 15/1
Keith Appling (Michigan State) 20/1
Nick Johnson (Arizona) 20/1
Cleanthony Early (Wichita State) 20/1
Gary Harris (Michigan State) 25/1
Kyle Anderson (UCLA) 33/1
Marcus Paige (North Carolina) 33/1
Casey Prather (Florida) 33/1
T.J. Warren (N.C. State) 33/1
Adreian Payne (Michigan State) 33/1