The second week of the college football season is now complete and several upsets occurred on Saturday. Here is a look at the biggest upsets from this past week and the ramifications it holds for the teams that lost.
Wisconsin entered the 2012 season with a question at quarterback and it showed on Saturday as the Badgers lost to Oregon State 10-7. The offense managed just 207 yards and their only score came with less than two minutes remaining in the contest. Danny O'Brien completed 20-38 for 172 yards and a score, but he was sacked three times and he threw an interception. A loss is better early than late, but the Badgers have some major questions on offense and this could be a down year for Wisconsin if they don't get some improved play.
Arkansas enter the year as a top 10 squad, but a shocking 34-31 OT loss at home to Louisiana-Monroe now has the Razorbacks in a big hole after just the second week of action. The biggest concern is the defense which allowed 550 yards, including over 400 through the air. In a year where some fans thought this team had a shot at playing in the BCS Championship, Arkansas must now try to regroup and make a run in the SEC.
Another shocker in week two of the college football season came from another PAC 12 school as UCLA won a shootout with Nebraska 36-30. Once again it was a defensive unit that struggled as the Cornhuskers allowed over 650 yards. Nebraska was a favorite in the Big 10 this season, but this team will have a tough time with some strong offenses in the conference and needs to find some answers or this could become a long season for the team and its fans.