Nebraska's Pelini tells his players to circle wagons after collapse for the ages against UCLA

The fallout from Nebraska's latest collapse on the national stage is going to last a while, and coach Bo Pelini knows it.

With FCS South Dakota State up next and an open date the following week, fans will have a hard time getting past Saturday's 41-21 loss to UCLA. Pelini said he knows negativity will surround the program and that he and his players must stick together.

Tommie Frazier, who quarterbacked the 1994-95 national championship teams, took to Twitter Saturday night and called for the firings of the defensive coaches. He did not respond to messages from The Associated Press.