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  Eight months after hamstring surgery, there was reason to wonder how loose and mobile Tristan Gebbia might be during Oregon State's preseason football camp. The fifth-year junior showed his mobility Friday, smoothly running through scramble and roll-out drills during the Beavers' opening practice. There's no one looser in camp. While the media was interviewing linebacker Jack Colletto on Saturday, Gebbia stood within eyesight trying to distract his teammate with a variety of unartful dance moves. "Tristan, could you stop?" Colletto said to his playful teammate. Gebbia has worked his way back from the gruesome hamstring injury, sustained during the final minutes of a 41-38 win over Oregon on Nov. 27, to arguably the quarterback to beat for Oregon State's starting job. It's been a painstaking process for Gebbia, who said it wasn't until mid-July that he was able to throw and run normally during workouts.

"I don't feel like I missed a step out here. It might as well be Nov. 30 and I didn't get injured, in my book," Gebbia said. The proof comes this week, as the Beavers put on pads for practice and competition intensifies. But at a minimum, Gebbia - who started OSU's first four games last season - is in the hunt to start the season opener Sept. 4 at Purdue. Offensive coordinator Brian Lindgren believes Gebbia is close to his old form, saying "you can tell he's put in the work as far as the rehab goes. I anticipate by (Purdue) that he'll be ready to go." - The Oregonian

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