Aside from a couple of wild Denard overthrows, the offensive philosophy employed by M on that last drive should be used as the base offense. Denard's strength as a passer is to give him multiple options, contrary to a really accurate drop back passers who can pin-point a pass to a designated receiver running a predictable route. In addition, take away the time crunch and that type of old-school moderate length pass happy "Charlie Ward spread" gives Denard substantially more lanes to run through with the secondary more focussed on covering multiple receivers spreading the field out. M had some success from the i today with one or two wideouts, but IMO, M should try to spread teams out early and often. The wide receivers are not apt to make the the big play deep off playaction, thus, the threat of the run does not intimidate defenses because there is really no deep threat there. And don't tell me that the success was due to a "prevent" by Iowa, they run the same defense all game.
The offense is searching for an identity. After watching that fourth quarter, I say run the "two minute" from the jump.