If you're trying to sneak past security at a major sporting event in an effort to upgrade your seats, it helps to be dressed innocuously. And while that definition depends on the event, it's safe to say that a giant frog suit normally does not qualify as "unsuspicious."

Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball, the former Wisconsin star, learned that lesson the hard way when he tried to pull a fast one on security at the Final Four in North Texas.

Wearing a full-on frog suit, and accompanied by buddies in cow and leopard-themed attire, Ball was stopped by security. Even after a student slipped Ball his wristband, and after students chanted, "Let him in!", security wouldn't budge.

Disappointed, Ball eventually walked back to his seats, only to watch his team lose on a late three-pointer.