In his fourth year as Assistant Athletics Director for Business Operations and ninth year at Utah State is Jeff Crosbie. Crosbie joined the Aggie staff in June, 2003 as the Assistant Ticket Manager before being promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Ticket Operations in May, 2005. Crosbie served as USU's Ticket Manager for three years before being promoted to his current position in May, 2007.
A former Utah State quarterback from 1998-2002, Crosbie finished his career on the school's top 10 lists in passing yards, completions, attempts and touchdown passes. He threw for 3,408 yards, while starting at USU in the last half of 1998 and all of 1999.
An athletic quarterback, Crosbie threw for 311 yards in Utah State's 34-31 overtime loss to BYU and ran for 77 yards in USU's 37-35 win at Nevada during the 1999 season.
Born Dec. 25, 1976 in Logan, Utah, Crosbie went to high school at Mountain Crest (Hyrum, Utah) and earned all-state honors in football and basketball. He earned his degree from USU in 2003.
He and his wife Amy, a former Utah State volleyball standout and current Senior Women's Administrator at Weber State University, have two daughters, Kiera (6) and Ellie Brooke (2).