yes, it'll be fine to lager in the secondary. a lot of people use corny kegs, and then use the co2 to jump beer from one keg to another.
here's what i do when i brew a lager:
1. 10-14 days in primary until fermentation is complete set at around 52-58 degrees (depends on yeast i use).
2. raise temp in freezer (or set out at room temp for 2-3 days) to 68-70 degrees for diacetyl rest of 2-3 days.
3. rack to secondary and set temp to about 55 degrees. after a day or two, start lowering the temp by about 2 degrees a day until you reach 30-32 degrees. allow to lager for a minimum of 4-6 weeks. bottle/keg as normal. let bottles condition at room temp for 2-4 weeks. you may need to add some dry yeast at bottling inorder for it to carbonate properly. or, you can just drag the racking cane along the bottom of the secondary when you rack to your bottling bucket. this should stir up enough yeast for carbonating your brew. i keg and force carbonate, so i skip that part.
i'm sure there are others that do it different and have some tips, but this is what myself and most in my HBC do for lager schedule. plus, my club has several gold medals for lagers, so i'm a little biased! :~)