Facing an expected onslaught of prostitutes seeking to sell their services to drunken football fans, Indiana legislators are attempting to fast-track sex-trafficking legislation ahead of the February 5 Super Bowl XLVI at Indianapolis's Lucas Oil Stadium. Citing data that claims more than 10,000 prostitutes descended on Miami for 2010's Super Bowl XLIV, as well as 133 reported prostitution arrests in Dallas related to Super Bowl XLV in 2011, Republican state senator Randy Head wants to arm local prosecutors with more tools to combat the sort of sex-for-pay activities that Governor Mitch Daniels described as "abominable" while rolling out his 2012 legislative agenda. Meanwhile, police in the Indianapolis suburbs are already seeing a rise in Super Bowl–related prostitution. "Prostitution used to be just an inner-city thing," says suburban police officer Matthew Fillenwarth, whose department made three arrests last week after reportedly using information gathered on the website Backpage.com to set up a sting operation at the local Red Roof Inn and In Town Suites. recommended