Tim Curley and Gary Schultz were both placed on $50,000 unsecure bail Friday. That's in addition to the $75,000 unsecure bail they received last year.
Both Curley and Schultzs' attorneys maintain their clients' innocence and say they think their trial will help prove that.
In what Prosecutors are calling a "conspiracy of silence," Curley and Schultz are charged for allegedly helping to cover up Sandusky's sex abuse scandal.
Both men maintain their innocence.
"Mr. Curley is innocent of these charges and there's nothing, or there's very litte new in this presentment," Caroline Roberto, Curley's attorney, said. "They're facts that have been repackaged."
But Friday, Gary Schultz's attorney says it's not the additional charges to his client that are shocking. Instead, he says it's those against Graham Spanier that surprise him.
"The recent charging of Graham Spanier really brought something home to me about these charges," Tom Farrell said.
He says it's not about what these men allegedly did at one point or another. Instead, it should be their contribution to the university and society that folks remember.
"If we take a step back and think who among those involved in this case has done the most good for this society, the nation, the world, it's going to be Graham Spanier and the people who worked for him," Farrell said. "He educated hundreds of thousands of people, gave an education to them, benefitied their families, help build a major university, helped support research that benefited all mankind."
He says the chargacter of these men will prove to everyone their innocence.
"I'm saying people of his character do not do, and have not done what they're charged with. I'm saying these charges are wrong, they're false."
Graham Spanier was not in court Fiday, he will be arraigned Wednesday.
The preliminary hearing is tentatively set to start November 12th.