I was at Jiu-Jitsu last night, and we were doing Knee-on-belly specific rolling. I was on the bottom, and the guy, instead of submitting me just went for a quick mount. I was able to roll him, but in the process my hip crushed his foot and when we landed, my head hit him in the face. I felt like shit. I thought "omg did I just noob-spaz on someone?". Usually whenever I get hurt in Jiu Jitsu I say "water under the bridge", but this guy was right PISSED at me. He said "you just have to relax" which is true, and I've been trying to do that actively. That's fine but he basically reacted like I was some dangerous felon for the rest of the night, at one point even telling me to "keep my arms by my side" when we were standing in a line up. huh? This was alright, however, there was another noob there who was throwing kicks on the bottom against this guy...not a fucking WORD was said to him! I mean, I guess I was frustrated because all we learned about knee-on-belly side control was how to attack if you're the guy on top. We didnt do a single escape. In the exercise the guy who's lined up on the wall, comes over to his opponent and he assumes the dominated position. That's cool. So basically I have two choices...I can "relax" as he says and just lay there, get dominated, and basically see what i've been learning all night, or i can try something. Anyways, does anyone have any good ideas for escaping from knee-on-belly side control so I dont have to "noob-spaz" anymore lol. After a few good rolls I found that hipping-out is a good idea.