In the September 2020 issue of EAA's Sport Aviation, Budd Davisson writes
Runway width becomes a problem for some taildraggers when it gets to be less than 35-40 feet because of the lack of visibility.
Sure. When you can't see the centerline, it's nice to have some lateral margin of error.
But later in the article (p. 74) in the caption of an overhead photo of a small airplane on a runway seven times wider than its wingspan, he writes
Oddly enough, super-wide runways can cause as many problems as very narrow ones, especially for taildraggers.
What might such problems be? (Not wandering into the grass. Even if you can neither look over the nose nor locate the runway's edges, if during takeoff or rollout you drift to one side, wouldn't you still notice the center stripe or the edge or the lights in time to correct?)
Do any NTSB reports mention a too-wide runway as the cause of an incident?