Did you replace the rad cap?
Rad cap has TWO valves
The larger valve holds 14 to 18psi pressure(cap rating) in the cooling system as engine warms up, cold engine has no pressure, engine needs to run about 10minutes before coolant is hot enough to expand and cause any pressure.
As the coolant gets warmer it expands in volume so pressure in the rad builds up.
When pressure reaches 15psi(14 psi cap) large valve opens and allows some coolant to flow into the overflow tank, this is normal, when pressure is down to 14psi valve closes.
After engine is shut off coolant cools down and SHRINKS in volume so pressure in cooling system goes down, it will get to -1psi this causes the small valve in the rad cap to open and coolant is sucked back into the rad from the overflow tank.
If the small valve doesn't open or overflow tank/hose is blocked, then you get negative pressure in the cooling system and rad hoses start to collapse.
So collapsed upper rad hose reads like bad rad cap.
Cold engine, remove rad cap, coolant should be at the very top, start engine.
No coolant should come out, and no bubbling.
If coolant starts to come out and continues to spurt out then you do have a cracked head or head gasket issue.