|Born||January 19, 1897|
|Died||May 11, 1979 (aged 82)|
Hamilton County, Tennessee
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|4 Southeastern Junior College (1929–1931, 1933)|
|2x All-Southern (1919, 1920)|
Bertram Earl "Mullie" Lenoir (January 19, 1897 – May 11, 1979) was a college football player and coach. Lenoir was an All-Southern running back for the Alabama Crimson Tide of the University of Alabama, and coached both the Georgetown Tigers and Bluefield Rams.
Lenoir was in the Alabama backfield with Riggs Stephenson, coached by Xen C. Scott. The 1919 team lost only to Vanderbilt and officially shares a title with Auburn. Auburn's only loss was also to Vandy, but the game was closer. Lenoir scored three touchdowns in the Birmingham-Southern game that year, the first ever meeting between the two schools, and four touchdowns against Sewanee. He weighed 144 pounds.
- "All-Southern Elevens". Spalding Football Guide. 1920. pp. 41, 69, 27, 67.
- "Panther warriors lose to University". The Montgomery Advertiser. NewsBank: America's Historical Newspapers. October 5, 1919. p. 13.
- "Georgetown, Ky, August 6" (PDF). Boone County Recorder. August 20, 1925.
- Rev. David M. Armbrister. Lighthouse on the Hill: The Bluefield College Story.
- Chris Shoemaker. "Who Will Be the Next Coach Mullie Lenoir?".