I don't remember the name of the map but it was a rush map. A strategy that has worked well on rush maps is for the whole offensive team to push towards the objective together. Speed can be a good thing, but it can also be detrimental. In this particular case the "rushers" pushed forward without looking around rocks, corners, etc. and it was a double whammy that they did this individually.
I happened to be on defense this round and had made my way forward of the MCOMs. I was sitting in the open just beyond a hill. I had already picked off several of the assaulting team when I decided to flip on FRAPs. I captured this short clip.