Page picked up his 13th and 14th TDs of the season as he gave the Rattlers a 14-0 lead, scoring from two yards and one yard out.
With 3:46 left in the half, Damien Fleming hit Anthony Ray, who fumbled near the end zone. Tobias Lee scooped up the fumble and scored FAMU's third TD of the game on a one-yard fumble recovery, giving FAMU a 21-0 lead, after the Trevor Scott PAT.
Two minutes later, Fleming would connect with Kevin Elliott for a 14-yard TD reception, giving FAMU a 28-0 led into the break.
In the second half, the NCCU defense would hold the Rattler offense to just 97 yards. The Eagles offense outgained the Rattlers 139-97 in the second half.
NCCU would score their first points of the game on a 26-yard field goal by Oleg Parent with 12:28 to in the fourth, followed by a three-yard TD run by Michael Johnson with 5:22 left in the game. Parent added the PAT.
FAMU would score their final points of the game on a Scott 42-yard field goal with 3:16 left in the game.
The Rattlers (7-3, 5-2 MEAC) were paced by Rocker as he rushed for 128 yards on 17 carries, followed by Page with 32 yard on 12 carries with a pair of TDs.
Quarterback Damien Fleming is now 4-1 as the Rattlers' starter at quarterback. He finished the game completing 15-of-24 passes for 186 yards, with two passing TDs. Elliott led the FAMU receivers with 82 yards receiving on five catches with a TD.
NCCU (2-8, 1-6) was led by quarterback Michael Johnson as he rushed for 17 yards on 11 carries and passed for 185 yards. He completed 16-of-31 passes with one interception.
Decona Roberts led the Eagles in receiving with 50 yards on four catches.
Anthony Shutt led the Rattler defense as he tallied eight tackles, along with one tackle for loss and one interception.
Brandon Outlaw led the Eagles defense as he tallied 11 total takedowns with eight solos.
FAMU will return to action on Saturday, Nov. 19 as they will take on the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats in the XXII Annual Blue Cross/Blue Shield Florida Classic at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla., broadcasted live on ESPN Classic.