March Madness 2012 is underway and you can get in on the action by wagering on some wacky prop bets from around the Internet.

Prop bets are a fun way to be a part of March Madness 2012 and odds-makers are offering wagers in a variety of ways.

Here's a breakdown of 2012 NCAA Tournament prop bets from around the web:

Which Canadian-born player will average the most points during the 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Tournament? (Bovada.lv)

Andrew Nicholson (St. Bonaventure): Even odds

Kris Joseph (Syracuse): 2 to 1

Kevin Pangos (Gonzaga): 4 to 1

Robert Sacre (Gonzaga): 6 to 1

Myck Kabongo (Texas): 10 to 1

Will LIU Brooklyn ever have the lead in their matchup with Michigan State? (Sportsbook.com)

Yes: 5 to 13

No: 2 to 1

How many No. 1 seeds will reach the Final Four? (Topbet.com)

Zero: 8 to 1

One: 1.5 to 1

Two: 1.25 to 1

Three: 5 to 1

Four: 10 to 1

From what class will a player be from with the most points in the championship game? (Sportsbetting.ag)

Freshman: 3 to 1

Sophomore: 7 to 4

Junior: 5 to 2

Senior: 2 to 1

Over/Under Wins by No. 2 seeds (Sportsbook.com)

Over 10 wins: 20 to 29

Under 10 wins: 23 to 20

Will Norfolk State ever have the lead in their matchup with Missouri?

Yes: 5 to 12

No: 9 to 5