Hey man, been there, done that. Wait until you get spiked in the leg and then go down--it sucks, I promise. (Career XC and Track athlete--800 & 1600)
Judging from what you've said, this is what I would do:
1) Hydrogen Peroxide--it will sting just a little, but when you see all the white foam, you know it's killing all the bacteria and crap that got in there.
2) Neosporin--in addition to keeping the wound bacteria-free, most antibiotic ointment (especially Neosporin) helps promote tissue regrowth with minimal scarring.
3) Bandages--I'm not sure where you're from, weather, etc., but if you wear short sleeves most of the time I would leave it uncovered (but keep antibiotic ointment on it all the time!). The open air will help it heal faster. If you wear long sleeves, I would put a Band-Aid on it, or possibly a piece of gauze, then wrapped with an ACE bandage depending on the size of the wound. Leave it uncovered whenever you don't have sleeves over it.
4) This is a bit controversial--I prefer to pick the scab off occasionally and start from the beginning again, especially if I am uncomfortable with the way the wound appears to be healing (or not healing, as the case may be). Pick the scab off, use a Kleenex or something to soak up the blood (you need to keep pressure on it for 10-15 minutes--I would do it while watching a movie or something), and when it is mostly clotted, start from step #1 again. I've done this many, many times with all kinds of scrapes and cuts, with very pleasing results.
This is just what I typically do in similar situations, hope it helps
It does work, I can promise that much.