Isaiah Mobley led a balanced scoring effort with 18 points, and Southern California led wire to wire in a 95-68 rout of Washington on Thursday in Los Angeles.The Trojans (10-2, 4-1 Pac-12) jumped ahead 7-0, pushed the lead to double digits less than six minutes in and went into halftime ahead by 21 points.The early cushion allowed USC coach Andy Enfield to play multiple lineup combinations, which resulted in six Trojans scoring at least nine points. Evan Mobley put up 17 points, Drew Peterson added 14 points, Chevez Goodwin posted 12 points, Tahj Eaddy finished with 10 and Isaiah White notched nine.Ten Trojans scored in total.Fueling the scoring distribution was USC’s ball movement. The Trojans scored 20 of their 31 made field goals via assists, with Isaiah Mobley’s four setting the pace. Eaddy, White and Evan Mobley each dished three assists.USC complemented its balanced scoring with stifling defense, holding Washington to 37.9 percent shooting from the floor. Evan Mobley contributed to the defensive effort with two blocked shots while Eaddy and Goodwin each made two steals.