Miami coach Manny Diaz was excited about his offense after the Hurricanes’ 33-30 win over Georgia Tech on Saturday afternoon.

Quarterback Tyler Van Dyke, who began the season as a backup, continues to play like he’s the future at this position for Miami. He threw for 389 yards and 3 touchdowns in the win and helped make up for a few of his teammates’ miscues.

Even as the Hurricanes had to sweat this one out — the Yellow Jackets led at halftime — Van Dyke remained in control of the game.

“He’s a cool cucumber,” Diaz said after the game when asked about his quarterback. “There was no flinch.”

Van Dyke seems to have found a favorite target in Oklahoma transfer Charleston Rambo. He caught 7 passes for a team-high 210 yards and 1 touchdown. No other Miami receiver managed more than 40 receiving yards in this game.

Rambo has come on strong lately and is now up to 859 receiving yards in 9 games this season.

“To me, he’s a problem,” Diaz said. “He’s a hard guy to leave in single coverage …We’re lucky to have him.”

Miami’s offensive surge in the last three weeks has given it a chance at making the ACC title game. If the Hurricanes win out and get favorable results from Pittsburgh and Virginia, Miami will be in position to win the ACC Coastal.

Miami travels to face Florida State on the road in Week 11.