Tuscaloosa, AL (WIAT)-The final changes have been made to the Alabama men's basketball staff for the upcoming 2013-2014 season.
Head coach Anthony Grant announced those changes on Wednesday.
Former video coordinator Sean Dwyer moves to the special assistant to the head coach position, and will replace Antoine Pettway, who was promoted to assistant coach in May.
Dwyer is entering his third season with the Alabama men's basketball program after serving the previous two seasons as the video coordinator.
Moving into Dwyer's former position as video coordinator is graduate assistant Tom Berryman.
Colton Houston also received a promotion, moving from athletics intern to operations coordinator, a role he has served in since December.
Other changes include Tim Morris rejoining the staff as athletics intern.
"Each of these changes were made in the best interest of our program and also each individual," Grant said. "I feel each of these individuals have proved themselves to be ready to take the next step and I am excited about the staff we have as we head into the 2013-14 season."
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