If you're going to crossfire you'll need a mobo with 2 PCI-e 2.0 or 3.0 slots. It should say if it's crossfire ready though in the specs or description. Probably going to have to go up to a $120+ mobo if you plan on crossfire. The one you listed only has 1 PCI-e 2.0 slot so you'd only be able to put in 1 graphics card.
If you ever plan on getting an SSD later on your mobo will probably bottleneck its read/write speeds. The hard drive bandwidth SATA 3 Gigabit/s (not gigabyte, 8 gigabits = 1 gigabyte) is 375 mb/s and SSD's nowadays are around 500mb/s read/write. Most newer motherboards are 6gigabits/s (750mb/s) being compatible with SSD's. The mobo is fine if you don't plan on upgrading but if you do it's going to severely limit you. Although I'm going to say with SSD's the price might be decent within 1 or 2 years so you might decide to get one, but you just won't be getting the full benefit from it if you do.