FUCEFédération des Universités Catholiques Européennes (French: European Federation of Catholic Universities)
FUCEFederation of European Catholic Universities
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Fuce verbally committed to the Black Bears on Sunday after making his first official visit to the school.
"I got to Maine and I just really fit in with the team,'' Fuce said.
Fuce said he accepted a partial scholarship from the school and will head into camp as an offensive tackle for a redshirt freshman season.
"I had so many different options and so many different things I had to think about for the next year,'' Fuce said.
The 6-foot-5, 285-pound Fuce was a big reason Algonquin was able to turn its program around.
The newspaper La Nacion investigated FUCE and uncovered not only payments to various functionaries but also that the secret organization acts as a funnel for donations from a variety of international organizations to the government.
FUCE has some similarities to other controversial funds operating in Costa Rica, like CR-USA, but is unlike the latter in that CR-USA (see NotiCen, 2003-07-03) has a Web page and publishes an annual report on its expenditures, whereas FUCE did not allow public access either to the amounts it receives or to the destinations of its funds.
Former minister of the presidency Rina Contreras, the presidency's delegate to FUCE, said that between May 2002 and June 2003 FUCE distributed about US$1.1 million accumulated from various USAID grants.
There is, in addition to FUCE, another low-profile entity named the Consejo Presidencial (COPRE), which serves as a nexus between the fund and the presidency.
Fuce, Carmody and Jake Poretsky return on the line, while senior captain Eric Sweeter is the only returning linebacker and Hill is back in the secondary.