I wouldn't worry about that too much and pick either any of the programs Mr Colucci selected, or the one nighthawkz put up because it looks rather good.
IMO if you're training twice a week only you're in a cool kind of place in terms of not needing to worry about modulating intensity and load too much: hit the squat hard, hit pressing hard, hit upper body pulls hard and if you like to, pull heavy loads off the ground and maybe walk around carrying stuff for a bit too.
After all, you're only doing it twice a week so recovery shouldn't be an issue.
A PL focused program would probably look something like:
Squat: work up to heavy triples, probably 3 to 5 sets
Bench: work up to moderately heavy sets for moderate reps, something like 5x5 at 75% or so
Rows/upper body pulls: do a bunch of sets and reps
Lower body assistance: another bunch of sets and reps
Bench: work up to some heavy triples
Squat: moderately heavy for moderate reps
Deadlift: just to keep in practice do some fairly light singles and doubles
Upper body assistance: press, rows, etc, at most two exercises
That's a very raw structure, but if I was going to have to cut down to twice a week that's pretty much what I'd do. You could mess around with it and every month have a day where you had heavy deads just to remember how they feel and you could rotate assistance exercises every few weeks but that's all down to how you like to train.