Bill Blankenship, a native Oklahoman, is the head coach of our 2017 Class 6A-1 State Champion Owasso Rams Football Team. Coach Blankenship incorporates character training you can see in the way his teams play and the impact he has had throughout his career.
Before coming to Owasso, he served as the head coach of Fayetteville High School winning the Arkansas Class 7A State Championship. Prior to Fayetteville, he was head Coach at the University of Tulsa, he led his team to win the Liberty Bowl in 2012.
Before entering the college ranks, Blankenship was a successful high school coach for over 20 years and was named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2009. During his tenure at Union High School in Tulsa he won eight consecutive district championships, qualified for the playoffs fourteen times, reached the quarterfinals ten times, participated in the state Class 6A championship seven times and won the state title in 2002, 2004, and 2005. Union also amassed an unbroken home winning streak of 56 straight wins.
Bill and Angie Blankenship are the parents of three sons Josh, Caleb and Adam.