Everything that we do in clinical class parallels our clinical experience in one way or another. Many of the things we have covered in our clinical course this semester has been review from what we learned last year and it is really helpful as we do not always get to practice what we have learned in our clinical experience. The nice thing about the review is knowing that if a situation does happen, we know how to go about taking care of it. Many of the pbls have helped me in my clinical experience with football, especially in the in-game scenarios when we run to the field. Picking apart the scene and determining what needs to be done is a great skill that has become easier to use from our clinical course review. One example I can think of was with the dummy last week d our "worst scenario possible" practice. Taking on situations like that in class make us better prepared to handle situations in in clinical experience, but hopefully none quite as extreme as that one anytime soon. Our discussion of clinical experiences for the week is also useful as we can relate to each other on the same level and discuss situations that can potentially benefit us all as a class. This week, I also dropped off on my attempts and masteries gaining only two attempts. I believe it is time to start running some scenario examples as the quantities of injuries coming in with football seems to be going down, or at least the ones that are happening are repeats of ones already seen.