By Ken Sugiura
After 18 years, hundreds of Georgia Tech football and basketball games and dozens of memorable calls, Wes Durham will step away from his microphone at Bobby Dodd Stadium and McCamish Pavilion.
Here is just a small sampling of some of this work:
Overtime win over Georgia in 1999
At the conclusion of one of the wildest Tech-Georgia matchups in the history of the rivalry - a game in which the Bulldogs rallied from 17 points down in the second half but lost the chance to win in regulation on the questionable Jasper Sanks fumble call - the Yellow Jackets lined up for a game-winning field goal in overtime, only to have it blocked. Having taken it on third down, the Jackets got another chance.
“The Catch” 2004 win over Clemson
The introduction to the Calvin Johnson era. Down 10 points with under two minutes to play, Johnson scored on an eight-yard pass reception to 1:50 to go, then worked his magic again in the game's closing seconds.
Tech fumble recovery at end of 2008 Florida State game
A game that forever etched Cooper Taylor's name into Tech lore. The Seminoles had won 12 in a row over the Jackets and appeared headed for No. 13 when Taylor and Rashaad Reid intervened.
Roddy Jones’ touchdown run against Georgia in 2008
To this point, probably the signature play of the Paul Johnson era.