Maryland enters this week's Big Ten men's basketball tournament as the No. 2 seed, but the Terps don't have the second-best odds to win it.
Wisconsin is predictably the overwhelming favorite, but betting site Bovada.lv has Ohio State as the second choice, and Maryland and Michigan State tied for third (at 7-1 at the time of this posting).
TeamRankings.com, which runs computer simulations to put a percentage on each team's chance of winning the conference title, is even more convinced that Maryland won't cut down the nets at United Center on Sunday afternoon.
That website says there's only a six percent chance that the Terps earn the Big Ten's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. Wisconsin (51 percent chance), Ohio State (17 percent) and Michigan State (10 percent) are all given a better chance based on that projection. Iowa also has a six percent chance of winning.