Career QB GP/GS: 4/3Career Statistics: 55.3% comp. (47-85), 552 yds., 4 TD, 5 INT, LG 58
2012 (Senior):Played in every game as a holder for kicks and in four games (three starts) at quarterback...completed 47 of 85 (55.3%) for 552 yards and four touchdowns with five interceptions.
In spring was named the holder for field goals and PATs.
Early in the game at Air Force (Sept. 29), starting QB Garrett Grayson went down with a broken collarbone, providing McPeek with his first playing time at QB since 2007 at Rangeview High School... Completed 22-34 passes and 2 TDs while throwing for 292 yards...McPeek brought the Rams within two scores when he connected on a 55-yard TD strike to Lou Greenwood.
In his first collegiate start completed 15-29 for 192 yards and a TD against Fresno State (Oct. 6).
In his first road start at San Diego State (Oct. 13) completed six passes for 49 yards and threw a touchdown before injuring his non-throwing shoulder...trailing by a touchdown against the Aztecs, rolled to the right and threw across his body to a wide open Kivon Cartwright to tie the game.
Returned to action after the bye week as the holder, without missing a game, but did not play quarterback again until starting the Rams' 11th game of the season at Boise State (Nov. 17)...completed 4-9 passes for 19 yards with two interceptions against the Broncos' stingy defense, ranked No. 5 in the nation against the pass...did not play in the second half.
2011 (Junior): Did not play...Split his time as a second-string and scout-team quarterback.
2010 (Sophomore): Did not play...Spent the season as a scout-team quarterback...Sustained a shoulder injury at practice prior to the UNLV game (Oct. 16).
2009 (Freshman): Did not play...Joined the Rams as a walk-on in August and spent the season as a scout-team quarterback...Because he did not sign out of high school, was eligible to play despite transfering from Kansas State.
2008: Redshirted at Kansas State in his first season of college eligibility.
High School: A two-time all-league football player at Rangeview High School in Aurora, Colo., was also an all-state baseball player in his senior season...A three-sport athlete, lettered in baseball (3), basketball (2) and football (3)...Named second-team all-state in football his senior year, as well as being named his school's Wendy's Heisman winner...MVP of the football and baseball team during his junior and senior seasons...Was an honor-roll student all four years at Rangeview...High school football coach was Dave Gonzales.
Personal: Given name Milton Jon McPeek...Born Feb. 14, 1990, in Aurora, Colo...Parents are Milt and Toni McPeek...Has a younger sister and a younger brother...Father, Milt, played baseball at Black Hills State College...In February before the `10 season, devoted a night to prepare food and serve dinner to homeless individuals at the Open Door Mission in Old Town Fort Collins...Helped with organized sports for low-income students at a 2010 summer camp at Lincoln Middle School in Fort Collins...Helped orchestrate Math Night at Fort Collins' Bauder Elementary, working with youngsters to help them learn math, in February 2011...Invested time in kids' lives at the Fort Collins Boys & Girls Club prior to the 2011 season...A business accounting major...Hometown: Aurora, Colo.