The Program: Week 2 Puts Georgia, Nebraska and Kansas State on Upset Alert

Michael Felder@InTheBleachersNational CFB Lead WriterSeptember 5, 2012

We're back talking upset alerts for the second week of the college-football season, and we're all over the country on this edition of The Program.

Georgia played a closer game than expected against the Buffalo Bulls, and now it has its first test of the season, division-mate Missouri. Also on upset alert, we're heading to Manhattan, Kan., to look at the Wildcats and out west, as Nebraska takes on UCLA.

Kansas St. head coach Bill Snyder will have to have his team ready to combat explosion plays when the Miami Hurricanes come to town. Miami is not going to win a national title, but it's a team with weapons, and that ought to scare the Kansas State defense into action.

The Cornhuskers heading out to UCLA should be interesting. The Bruins look to be excited to play football again, and that makes them a dangerous football team.

Can Taylor Martinez continue his successful passing ways? We'll have to see this weekend, as the Huskers look to fight off a UCLA team that has a bit of confidence.

Georgia is the team that will have its hands the fullest. Mizzou is no slouch, and if the Bulldogs are not prepared for a fist fight, they could find themselves tumbling from the Top 10 early in 2012.

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