The parents of a Penn State fraternity pledge from Hunterdon County who died after a hazing incident say what happened to their son wasn't 'boys being boys.' Speaking on NBC's "Today" show, Jim Piazza said his son was treated like he was road kill. Eighteen members of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity have been charged for the February incident. Prosecutors say the students did not seek medical attention after sophomore Timothy Piazza fell down the steps during a pledge function involving binge drinking. Jim Piazza says nobody from the fraternity or the school came to his son's wake or funeral.