Brady coach Davy DuBose said Wednesday that his third son, Josh, who underwent knee surgery on Sept. 20 is recovering better after a scare late last week. Josh had injured his right knee during the opening football game of the season in Mississippi. “He had been trying to go to school (Austin College in Sherman), and he just felt terrible, vomiting and running a fever,” DuBose said Wednesday. “My wife, Jody, and I went up to Sherman on the 28th and brought him to Brady, but he continued to go downhill,” he said. On Sunday, Sept. 30 they took Josh back to Sherman where doctors discovered that he was allergic to the antibotic that had been prescribed. “He had gone from 202 pounds before the surgery to 184 pounds in a period of 11 days. Now that he’s off that medication, he’s doing much better although he’s still running a low grade fever,” the coach said Thursday morning.