Mason Stokke is Nominated Again For Pardon My Take’s Lowman Trophy
Wisconsin Badgers’ fullbacks are part of their program. They’ve always been featured prominently in the offense. Other than Gary Andersen’s offense, Badgers always use fullbacks. Sometimes, they use one, and other times they use two. Mason Stokke has been in the program for a few years now. This is the second straight year Stokke was nominated for the Lowman Trophy award which hands out an award to the best college fullback. Stokke shared the award last year with John Chenal, and now he is looking to claim it for himself. There is a heavy competition like usual, but we’ll see if Stokke built an interesting case for the committee.
Presenting the finalists for the 2020 Lowman Trophy Award presented by @ChevyTrucks…
— Pardon My Take (@PardonMyTake) December 29, 2020
While Stokke is awesome, this is probably not his year. Wisconsin did not have a great year, and Stokke did not have enough fullback assists for this one. Badgers’ running game was secretly bad this season. Garrett Groshek and Nakita Watson are both subpar at best. Jalen Berger is the future, but Paul Chryst needs to know that too. Stokke is a senior, but he has the ability to come back and play at Wisconsin next season if he wants. We’ll see if he returns for his fifth year and another chance at a Lowman Trophy.