Kinlaw joins fellow senior Dan Connor, who was honored as the season's Defensive MVP by fans last week.
Despite not starting the first four games of the season, Kinlaw managed to roll up 1,186 yards on 222 carries (5.3 YPC) and 10 touchdowns on the year. He also had caught 19 balls for an additional 124 yards.
Kinlaw became the eleventh 1,000+ yard rusher in Penn State history this season. Here is how the MVP voting broke down:
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