Tim Curley, Penn State athletic director who is on administrative leave, and Gary Schultz, former VP of finance and business, met reporters as they headed into a court hearing last November.
Both men face charges of lying to a grand jury and failing to report allegations of sexual child abuse, and both men still maintain their innocence.
Following Jerry Sandusky guilty verdict, law-enforcement officials are moving their investigation to Pennsylvania State University, where evidence against former top administrators and athletics officials has surfaced.
Two of those people—Gary Schultz, the university's former senior vice president of finance and business, and Tim Curley, the athletic director on administrative leave—face charges of lying to a grand jury and failing to report allegations of child. This case is far from over and investigators continue to gather evidence.