Introducing Leonard Bulock, Kansas City Titans Head Coach

Coach Leonard Bulock hails from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and brings a list of accomplishments with him.

In Oklahoma he was defensive coordinator for Southeast High School where he is an alumnus, an All-American, and played in the Oil Bowl.

After graduating, Coach Bulock received a football scholarship to Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, where he was an Intercollegiate Football Letterman four years in a row and served as Team Captain. Also, as star athlete, he was First Team All- Conference OIC Defensive Back, First Team All-American Defensive Back, All-American Honorable Mention Defensive Back and graded as the team top defensive performer.

In 1990, Bulock was inducted into Northeastern State University Student Hall of Fame.

Before moving to Kansas City, he coached the Oklahoma City Lightning Women’s Football team to five NWFA division titles in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, & 2007.  The team also made the playoffs from 2003 to 2008 for seven seasons, appearing twice in the NWFA championship game.  Upon making his residency to Kansas City, he served as head coach of the KC Spartans and currently with the Kansas City Titans, winning a conference title, along with three playoff appearances in each of the three years.


He recently served as defensive back coach at Central Academy of Excellence in Kansas City and Defensive Coordinator at Ruskin High School for the past four years.